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Trout Flies for the River Clyde

Compiled by Tom Forsyth of Lesmahagow (1907 - 1999)

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Trout Dry Flies for the River Clyde (cont)

 

BLACK SPIDER

Body: Black silk

Hackle: 2 black cock hackles

Can also be made with peacock herl body

 

MARCH BROWN SPIDER

Tail: Marled cock pheasant tail

Body: Dark hare's lug on orange silk

Rib: Gold wire

Hackle: Small dark marled black feather of partridge, cut to suitable length, stiff  ginger cock hackle

 

RED SPIDER

Body: Yellow or Orange silk

Hackle: two reddish brown cock hackles

 

DARK OLIVE

Tail: Greenish olive fibres

Body: Stripped quill of peacock marled eye

Hackle: dark blue dun with olive wound through it

 

BLUE WINGED OLIVE

Tail: Medium olive

Body: Greenish olive fur on yellow silk

Rib: Gold wire

Hackle: Blue dun with medium olive wound through it

 

MEDIUM OLIVE

Tail: 2 or 3 olive fibres

Body: Stripped peacock eyed quill

Hackle: Medium olive

 

LIGHT OLIVE

Tail: Primrose

Body: Yellow silk or peacock quill dyed yellow

Hackle: Blue dun with primrose wound through it

 

BLUE UPRIGHT

Tail: Blue dun fibres

Body: Well marked quill from peacock eye

Hackle: Blue dun

 

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