|Author||Kelson, George M.|
|Book||The Salmon Fly|
|Description||"An old standard on the Usk, and a useful fly in Scotland."
- Tag: Silver twist, scarlet silk
- Tail: Toucan, from undertail. Amherst Pheasant tail strands, point of Jungle Cock
- Butt: Orange herl
- Body: 1/3 Dirty orange, 1/3 Mouse, 1/3 black Seal's fur
- Ribs: Oval silver
- Throat: Scarlet, natural blue-dun
- Wings: Two strips of Peacock wing, Golden Pheasant tail in strands
- Sides: Teal and Ibis, married
- Cheeks: Indian Crow
- Horns: Red Macaw
As written in the book:
TAG. Silver twist and scarlet silk.
TAIL. Toucan (half orange, half red from undertail) Amherst Pheasant tail strands, and point of Jungle.
BUTT. Orange herl.
BODY. Dirty orange, Mouse, and black Seal's fur equally divided.
RIBS. Silver tinsel (oval).
THROAT. Scarlet hackle and a natural blue-dun.
WINGS. Two strips of Peacock wing, and Golden Pheasant tail in strands.
SIDES. Teal and Ibis (married).
CHEEKS. Indian Crow.
HORNS. Red Macaw.