|Hook:||(M) 9575 or 3665A|
|Thread:||Danville 6/0 Black|
|Rib:||Narrow Flat Silver Tinsel|
|Wing:||Olive-Gray Saddle Hackles & Golden Pheasant Crest|
|Throat:||Peacock Herl & White Bucktail|
|Shoulder:||Silver Pheasant Body Feather|
Notes on tying:
1. Tie in silver tinsel for ribbing.
2. Wrap body with orange silk.
3. Rib body with silver tinsel.
4. Tie in the golden pheasant crest curving down for the wing. It should be as long as the hackles.
5. Tie in four olive-gray saddle hackles over golden pheasant crest.
6. Tie in a small bunch of white bucktail for the throat. Make it as long as silver pheasant shoulders.
7. Tie in 5 strands of peacock herl over bucktail to add to the throat.
8. Tie in shoulder of a silver pheasant body feather about 1/3 as long as the wing and very wide.
9. Tie in jungle cock for cheek.
9. Finish the head.
This fly was originated by Mrs. Carrie G. Stevens Upper Dam Maine. It is a good fly for use on trout, crappie, and bass.
Glenn F. Davis 321 North 9th Ave Vinton, IA 52349