|Author||Kelson, George M.|
|Book||The Salmon Fly|
- Tail: Golden Pheasant red-breast, a few strands only
- Body: 2/3 Brown and 1/3 olive-green Berlin wool mixed together
- Ribs: Narrow gold, gold twist and silver twist, equal distance apart
- Hackle: Grey Heron, from tail, wound alongside gold tinsel
- Throat: Golden Pheasant red-breast, two turns
- Wings: Two strips of Mallard with brown points and light roots
As written in the book:
TAIL. Golden Pheasant red-breast, a few strands only.
BODY. Brown and olive-green Berlin wool mixed together in proportion of one part olive-green, two parts brown.
RIBS. From separate starting points, of gold tinsel (narrow), gold twist, and silver twist, wound the usual way, an equal distance apart.
HACKLE. Grey Heron, from tail (tied in at the point as usual) wound alongside gold tinsel.
THROAT. Golden Pheasant red-breast, two turns.
WINGS. Two strips of Mallard showing brown points and light roots.
By: Håvard Eide - https://flyfisher.org
Missing gold twist