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Trout Flies for the River Clyde

Compiled by Tom Forsyth of Lesmahagow (1907 - 1999)

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Trout Wet Flies for the River Clyde (cont)

 

DARK PARTRIDGE & ORANGE

Tail: 2 marled fibres from Partridge tail

Body: Orange floss

Hackle: Small brown marled partridge feather

 

LIGHT PARTRIDGE & YELLOW

Tail: 2 strands of light Partridge body feather

Body: Yellow floss

Hackle: Light Partridge

 

LARK & GREY

Tail: 2 or 3 fibres of Plymouth Rock

Body: Grey silk

Hackle: Plymouth Rock or grey hen

Wing: Secondary feather of lark or snipe wing, light side out and set upright

 

RED SEDGE

Body: Reddish fur from hare's ear dubbed on orange silk

Hackle: Reddish brown

Wing: Brownish partridge tail or Rhode Island Red hen, dark side up and tied flat along hook

If used in late evening may be tied on a size 14 hook

 

WOODCOCK & HARE'S EAR

Body: Dark hare's ear dubbed on orange silk

Rib: Fine gold wire

Hackle: A few fibres of body picked out to represent legs

Wing: Secondary wing feather of Woodcock, dark side out, showing plenty of bar, set at 45 degrees

 

ROUGH OLIVE

Tail: 2 or 3 strands of olive feather fibres

Body: Olive coloured fur dubbed on yellow silk

Rib: Gold wire

Hackle: Badger dyed olive 

 

TUPP'S INDESPENSIBLE

Body: Soft pinkish wool from underside of ram dubbed on yellow silk

Hackle: Honey dun or very light ginger

 

ASH DUN

Tail: Light grey dun hackle fibres

Body: Silver grey tying silk

Wing: Light starling, light side out tied upright

Hackle: Light grey dun

 

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