|Book||The Art of Angling|
|Book Edition||December 8th 1843|
- Hook: from, b b, to No. 6, Limerick
- Tip: Gold
- Tag: Orange
- Tail: Two golden pheasant toppings, short
- Butt: Ostrich
- Rib: Flat silver and gold twist
- Body: Puce silk, then red, puce, red, claret and black pig hair
- Hackle: Dark blue and claret, wound together, from the centre
- Throat: Blue Jay at the trottle
- Wing: Mixed: dyed mallard, golden pheasant tippet and tail feather (broken), yellow macaw body and wing, mallard, peacock tail and wing, argus pheasant, ibis, teal, and guinea
- Head: Green, orange, or scarlet
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As written in the book:
Body - orange tag, gold tip, ostrich harl, ribbed with flat silver and gold twist; above the ostrich, puce silk, then red, then puce, then red again, then claret, then black pig hair. Legs - a dark blue and claret hackle, struck on both together, from the centre up, jay at the trottle. Wings - dyed mallard, golden pheasant neck and tail feather, broken, yellow macaw body, and root of the wing feather, mallard, peacock tail and wing, argus pheasant, both shades, ibis, teal, and guinea hen rump feather,mixed. Head - either green, orange, or scarlet. Tail - two golden pheasant toppings, short. Hook from, b b, to No. 6, Limerick.
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