|Book||How to Tie Salmon Flies|
- Tag: Silver twist, light blue silk
- Tail: Golden pheasant topping, strands of red macaw, pintail and powdered blue macaw
- Butt: Black herl
- Body: Light yellow silk, two turns. Light yellow seal's fur, last 1/5 scarlet seal's fur
- Rib: Silver lace and tinsel
- Hackle: White furnace dyed light yellow
- Throat: Scarlet, light widgeon
- Wings: Mixed. Golden pheasant tippet and tail, turkey, silver pheasant, pintail, summer duck, bustard, powdered blue macaw, parrot, red macaw, and guinea
- Roof: Mallard
- Topping: Golden pheasant topping
- Horns: Blue macaw
- Cheeks: Chatterer
- Head: Black
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As written in the book:
Tag. Silver twist, and light blue silk.
Tail. Topping, with strands of red macaw, pintail, and powdered blue macaw.
Butt. Black herl.
Body. Two turns of light yellow silk, continuing with light yellow seal's fur, leaving one-fifth at the shoulder for scarlet seal's fur.
Ribbed. Silver lace and tinsel.
Hackle. A white furnace dyed light yellow.
Throat. A scarlet hackle and light widgeon.
Wings. Mixed golden pheasant tippet and tail, turkey, silver pheasant, pintail, summer duck, bustard, powdered blue macaw, parrot, red macaw, and gallina; two strips of mallard above and a topping.
Horns. Blue macaw.
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