|Book||The Art of Angling|
|Book Edition||December 8th 1843|
- Hook: c, No. 5 or 6
- Body: Bright orange, gold colour silk, or mohair
- Rib: Flat gold tinsel, peacock herl
- Hackle: Two large red hackles, black at roots, from tail to shoulder
This pattern contains cites material. The following list is a suggestion of substitutes you can use for this pattern.
As written in the book:
Hook c. No. 5 or 6. Body - bright orange, gold colour silk, or mohair, ribbed with flat gold tinsel and peacock harl. Legs - two large red hackles, black at roots, rolled from the tail up full to the shoulder, varied with peacock harl, scarlet or yellow bodies; a large size yellow fly, ribbed with gold tinsel, is also very good for Chub fishing in the evening ; the golden olive fly is an excellent killer at night, made with golden olive hackle, and body the same colour, gold tinsel, and land rail or jay wings. - Hook fff or No. 7.