|Hook:||(M) 9575 or 3665A|
|Thread:||Danville 6/0 Black|
|Tail:||Red Hackle Fibers|
|Body:||Flat Silver Tinsel|
|Wing:||Yellow & White Saddle Hackle|
|Throat:||Dark Brown Hackle|
|Shoulder:||Mallard Breast Feathers|
Notes on tying:
1. Tie in red hackle fibers for the tail.
2. Tie in and wrap body with silver tinsel.
3. Tie in two yellow saddle hackle feathers with slightly shorter white saddle hackle feathers on each side.
4. Tie in a small bunch of dark brown hackle feathers for the throat.
5. Tie in shoulder of a gray teal or mallard breast feather about 1/2 as long as the wing.
6. Tie in jungle cock for cheek.
7. Finish the head.
Originated by Mrs. Carrie G. Stevens Upper Dam, Maine during W.W. II. It is a good fly for trout, crappie, and bass by using either a strip or a rod twitch to retrieve.
Glenn F. Davis 321 North 9th Ave Vinton, IA 52349