|Author||Kelson, George M.|
|Book||The Salmon Fly|
|Description||"Originally introduced into Scotland by Bernard, where it is erroneously called the Poynder."
- Tag: Silver twist, light blue silk
- Tail: Golden Pheasant topping, Chatterer
- Body: 1/2: two turns light orange silk, two turns of dark orange and dark red-claret Seal's fur. 1/2 dark blue Seal's fur
- Rib: Oval silver
- Hackle: White coch-a-bonddu, dyed light red-claret, from orange silk
- Throat: Blue and Guinea
- Wing: Teal, Pintail, Gallina, Peacock wing, Amherst and Golden Pheasant tail, in strands. Swan dyed light and dark orange, claret, and dark blue
- Roof: Mallard
- Topping: Golden Pheasant topping
- Side: Jungle Cock
- Horn: Blue Macaw
- Head: Black herl
As written in the book:
TAG. Silver twist and light blue silk.
TAIL. A topping and Chatterer.
BODY. The first half formed of two turns of light orange silk. Two turns of dark orange Seal's fur, two turns of dark red-claret Seal's fur; followed by dark blue Seal's fur.
RIBS. Silver tinsel (oval).
HACKLE. A white coch-a-bonddu, dyed light red-claret, from orange silk.
THROAT. A blue hackle and Gallina.
WINGS. Teal, Pintail, Gallina, Peacock wing, Amherst and Golden Pheasant tail, in strands ; Swan dyed light and dark orange, claret, and dark blue. Mallard and a topping.
HORNS. Blue Macaw.
HEAD. Black herl.