Published Jun 29. 2020 - 1 month ago
Updated or edited Jul 15. 2020

Orl Fly

A soft hackle north country spider pattern called the Orl Fly or Alder Fly. This traditional north country spider flydressing is found in the 1870 manuscript of Pak Inman from Barden in Wharfedale.
Hook: Size 14 Partridge SUD2
Silk: Vintage Orange
Body: Brown Peacock Herl
Rib: Fine Gold Wire (Veniards No.27)
Hackle: Snipe over-covert
Head: Peacock Herl

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Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen
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