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HEAD Black
TAIL Small bunch of yellow hackle fibers
BUTT Made in three parts, which take up one third of the body. Rear quarter of butt is peacock herl, middle half is white silk, and forward quarter is peacock herl.
BODY Red silk
RIBBING Narrow flat silver tinsel, over red silk only
THROAT Small bunch of yellow hackle fibers
WING Two dark red saddle hackles with a bronze furnace saddle hackle on each side
SHOULDERS A gray saddle hackle, two-thirds as long as the wing
CHEEKS Jungle Cock
COMMENTS One of Herb Welch's (or anyone's, for that matter) most intricate patterns. Inspired, in part, by salmon flies Herb had been given from 'across the pond'.

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