|Author||Kelson, George M.|
|Book||The Salmon Fly|
- Body: Three turns orange, black Berlin wool
- Ribs: Narrow gold, gold twist and silver twist. Equal distance between, wound reverse
- Hackle: Red Spey Cock, tied in root first, crossing over the ribs
- Throat: Teal, two turns
- Wings: Two short strips of Mallard with brown mottled points and grey mottled roots
As written in the book:
BODY. Orange Berlin wool three turns, followed by black wool.
RIBS. From different starting points, of gold tinsel (narrow), gold twist, and silver twist, not wound as usual, but in the reverse way (towards head) and placed an equal distance apart.
HACKLE. A red Spey Cock, from end of body, wound from the root of feather instead of from the point of it, and crossing over the ribs the whole way.
THROAT. Teal, two turns.
WINGS. Two short strips of Mallard with brown mottled points and grey mottled roots.