|Book||How to Tie Salmon Flies|
- Tag: Silver twist, light blue floss
- Tail: Golden pheasant topping, with sides of chatterer
- Body: Light orange floss, two turns. Dark orange seal's fur, two turns. Dark red-claret seal's fur, two turns. Dark blue seal's fur
- Rib: Oval silver tinsel
- Hackle: White coch-y-bonddhu dyed light red-claret, from orange silk
- Throat: Blue, guinea
- Wing: Pintail, teal, guinea, peacock wing, amherst pheasant, bustard, golden pheasant tail. Light orange, dark orange, dark claret and dark blue swan
- Roof: Mallard
- Topping: Golden pheasant topping
- Sides: Jungle cock
- Cheeks: Chatterer
- Horns: Blue macaw
This pattern contains cites material. The following list is a suggestion of substitutes you can use for this pattern.
As written in the book:
Tag. Silver twist and light blue floss.
Tail. Topping, and two chatterers sideways.
Body. Two turns light orange floss, two turns dark orange seal's fur, two turns dark red-claret seal's fur, remainder dark blue seal's fur.
Ribbed. Oval silver tinsel.
Hackle. A white coch-y-bonddhu dyed light red-claret from the orange silk.
Throat. Blue hackle and gallina.
Wings. Pintail, teal, gallina, peacock wing, Am-herst pheasant, bustard, and golden pheasant tail, swan dyed light orange, dark orange, dark claret, and dark blue; mallard above and a topping.
Sides. Jungle cock.
Horns. Blue macaw.
Long material list
Materials in pattern
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