Dunt : Price-Tannatt.
Tag : Silver thread and pale blue floss.
Tail : A topping and a pair of Jungle Cock feathers (back to back).
Boddy : Yellow, orange and fiery brown Seal's fur in equal sections (dressed thin, but well picked out).
Ribs : Flat silver tinsel and twist.
Hackle : A black Heron's hackle from third turn of tinsel.
Throat : Teal.
Wing : A pair of brown Turkey tail strips, with black bars and white tips (set flat).
Cheeks : Jungle Cock (drooping).
Dunt : Hardy and Kelson (Wright).
Tag : Silver twist and light blue silk.Tail : A topping and teal.Body : Yellow, orange, red-claret seal's fur, in equal sections.Ribs : Silver lace and silver tinsel.Hackle : Black heron, from claret fur.Throat : Teal.Wings : Two strips of plain brown turkey with black bars and white tips.Sides : Jungle, short and drooping over throat hackle.
Dunt : Hale (Mr. Murdoch)
Tag : Silver twist and light blue floss.Tail : A topping and Pintail.Body : Orange shaded into fiery brown Mohair.Ribs : Gold twist and silver tinsel.Hackle : From centre of body long black Heron.Throat : Teal.Wings : Two strips of dark brown Turkey, with black bar and white tips; To extend flatwise outward from the topof the hook, at about an angle of twenty degrees; on top, between the wings, a narrow strip of Pintail.Sides : Jungle.Head : Black.
Dunt : William Murdoch, 14de Maart 1885. Fishing Gazette. Thanks to Colin Innes.
Tag : Silver thread and light blue floss.Tail : A topping and spring of pintail.Body : Orange shaded into fiery brown mohair two fifths of the former, three fifths of the later fairly picked out. Ribs : Broad flat silver tinsel and gold twists, five turns.Hackle : Black heron, over the fiery brown only, and so wound on as to give 20 to 25 fibbers.Shoulder : Teal, sparingly.Wings : Brown turkey strips having a rich dark bar and white tip, with a sprig of teal between them on the top.Cheeks : Jungle.Head : Black.
Dunt : William Murdoch, 26ste December 1885. Fishing Gazette. Thanks to Colin Innes.
Tag : Silver thread and light blue floss silk.Tail : A topping and a small quantity of pintail.Body : Orange shaded into fiery brown mohair, and fairly picked out a third of the former colour, the rest the latter. Ribs : Silver (flat) tinsel and gold twist in good long spirals.Hackle : From centre of body to shoulder a fair quantity of long black heron.Shoulder : Teal.Wings : Two strips of dark brown turkey feather with black bar and white tip. To extend flatwise outward from thetop of iron, at an angle of from 15 to 20 degrees. On the top between the wings place a narrow strip of pintail. Cheeks : Jungle.Head : Black and as small as possible.
Dunt : Walbran. British angler 1889.
Tag : Sliver thread and pale blue floss.Tail : A topping, green and red parrot, and fibres of pintail.Body : Seals fur (well picked out), in six intermediate shades from light yellow to fiery brown inclusive, the colourshading into each other and deepening towards the head of the fly.Ribs : Broad flat tinsel and gold cord.Hackle : Black herons of long fibre from a third of the way down the body, teal at the shoulder, with a broad stripof pintail on back of hook, below, and to show between wings.Cheeks : Jungle with two spots.Wings : Two broad slips of dark brown turkey with large black bars and white tips, one at each side, extendingfrom back of fly outward at angle from 20 degrees to 25 degrees.Head : varnished.