|Author||Kelson, George M.|
|Book||The Salmon Fly|
|Description||"The inventor, who introduced Frank Buckland to his first fish, used this pattern on all occasions when he found Salmon in a sulky humour."
- Tag: Gold twist, yellow silk
- Tail: Golden Pheasant topping, Peacock wing
- Butt: Black herl
- Body: 1/2 gold tinsel, butted with Blue Jay hackle. 1/2 blue silk
- Rib: Oval gold
- Throat: Golden Pheasant tippet tied as hackle
- Wings: Three Golden Pheasant toppings, middle one on its back, the other projecting outwards
- Head: Black herl
As written in the book:
TAG. Gold twist and yellow silk.
TAIL. A topping and Peacock wing.
BUTT. Black herl.
BODY. In two sections: 1st half of gold tinsel, ribbed with gold tinsel (oval) and butted with a Jay hackle: 2nd half, blue silk ribbed
with gold tinsel (oval).
THROAT. A tippet (hackle-wise).
WINGS. Three toppings, the one in the centre is put on its back; the other two at the sides, projecting outwards.
HEAD. Black herl.