The Durham Ranger

The Durham Ranger was designed by William Henderson in the 1840's. The Durham Ranger was the first of the Ranger series of flies popular in the mid to late 19th century. Many of the Ranger style of flies are associated with the waters of Ireland and one version is called the Irish Ranger. The Durham Ranger was written about by such writers of the time as George M. Kelson, Sir Herbert Maxwell, Francis Francis and Dr. Pryce-Tannatt.

Below you will find a few Durham Ranger's tied by Showcase tiers here on The Classics. If you wish to view all the flies by the tiers below just click on their name and you can go directly to their Showcase page.


Tied by Brian Ebert
The Durham Ranger tied by Brian Ebert

Tied by Don Williams
The Durham Ranger tied by Don Williams

Tied by Jerome Molloy
The Durham Ranger tied by Jerome Molloy

Tied by Matt Crompton
The Durham Ranger tied by Matt Crompton

Tied by Paul Webb
The Durham Ranger tied by Paul Webb

Tied by Tim Trexler
The Durham Ranger tied by Tim Trexler

Tied by Monte Smith
The Durham Ranger tied by Monte Smith


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