|Author||Knox, Arthur Edward|
|Book||Autumns on the Spey|
|Tags||salmon, spey, riverspey, silver,|
- Hook: Large
- Body: Black berlin wool
- Rib: Very broad silver tinsel, flat. Two or three turns, fine gold between silver rib
- Hackle: Red cock hackle, very soft,
- Wing: Mallard.
As written in the book:
Same as above, but the flat tinsel is of silver and the beading between the bars of gold.
Note, above: Is generally on a large hook. Body black, with only two or three turns of very broad gold flat tinsel and with a single turn of fine silver beading between the bars of the tinsel. Red cock hackle, very soft, taken from the tail coverts of the bird. Wing, mallard.
Long material list
|Other||Other||Wool - Berlin||Black|
Tinsel - Flat
Chicken - Cock
Latin: Gallus gallus domesticus
|Red - Dark|
Latin: Anas platyrhynchos
|Feather - Shoulder||Natural|
Materials in pattern
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