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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)

 

BLUE DUN

Tail: Blue dun fibres

Body: Blue undercoat of rabbit on grey silk

Hackle: two blue dun

 

IRON BLUE DUN 

Tail: Rusty red fibres

Body: Mole's fur or blue undercoat of rabbit on red silk

Hackle: Dark blue with rusty red wound through it

 

ROUGH OLIVE

Tail: Medium olive fibres

Body: Olive fur on yellow silk

Rib: Fine gold wire

Hackle: Two small badger dyed medium olive

 

COCH-Y-BONDHU

Tail: Orange floss

Body: Bronze peacock herl with flat gold tinsel tip

Hackle: two small furnace cock hackles

 

TUPP'S INDISPENSIBLE

Tail: Honey dun fibres

Body: Tail end yellow silk or floss and remainder pinkish wool from underside of tup ram

Hackle: Two honey dun

 

BLACK GNAT

Body: Black silk

Hackle: Small white hackle, with a black cock hackle slightly longer in the fibre wound through it

 

GREENWELL SPIDER

Tail: Golden pheasant tippet or yellow floss

Body: Yellow silk ribbed with gold wire

Hackle: Furnace, either light or dark

 

PHEASANT TAIL

Tail: Cock pheasant tail fibres

Body: Reddish strands from cock pheasant tail ( two wound together)

Rib: Gold wire

Hackle: Two small blue dun or small golden dun

 

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