"Grindalsflua" by Sand, John

Author Sand, John
Book Patterns by John Sand
Book Edition N/A
Description
Tags troutflies group 1,

Material

  • Hook: #10-14
  • Tail: Lemon yellow hen fibers
  • Body: Dark peacock quill
  • Hackle: Lemon yellow cock or hen
  • Wing: Light wing feathers from Starling

Cites list

This pattern contains cites material. The following list is a suggestion of substitutes you can use for this pattern.

Animal Substitutes
Peacock

Original material

As written in the book:

Grindalsflua or Isflua, is a local name on a stonefly species. It got the name from the farm Grindalen, where it is especially numerous.

Long material list

Part Material Type Color
Tail Chicken - Hen
Latin: Gallus gallus domesticus
Feather
Lemon yellow
Lemon      
Body Peacock
Latin: Pavo cristatus
Cites
Feather
Dark, quill
Natural
Hackle Chicken - Cock
Latin: Gallus gallus domesticus
Feather
Lemon yellow cock or hen
Lemon      
Wing Starling
Latin: Sturnus vulgaris
Feather - Wing
Light
Natural

Materials in pattern

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