|Book||The Art of Angling|
|Book Edition||December 8th 1843|
- Body: Copper coloured peacock herl
- Rib: Flat gold
- Hackle: Brown-red
- Wing: Hen pheasant's tail
This pattern contains cites material. The following list is a suggestion of substitutes you can use for this pattern.
As written in the book:
Body - copper coloured peacock harl, made full, and ribbed with flat gold; hackle as above. Wings same as the first fly.
Above: Wings—hen pheasant's tail.