The Ray Bergman Collection – 120) Getland

Ray Bergman Collection — By on September 9, 2011 3:49 pm

Tip: Gold tinsel
Tail: Brown hackle fibers
Ribbing: Gold tinsel
Body: Green floss
Hackle: Brown
Wing: Gray mallard

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  1. Bruce says:

    Nice tie, but that ribbing is not gold tinsel,is it?

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  2. Don Bastian says:

    Thanks for your comment, Bruce! You are correct in assuming the ribbing is not gold tinsel. It is yellow floss, twisted to tighten it up.
    There may be other recipes for the Getland that listed gold tinsel, but the dressing in this collection are taken from Ray Bergman’s books as the introduction article explains.
    Some of these patterns merely stated “silk” for a rib, which might have been rod wrapping thread.
    These patterns were all created long before synthetics were ever introduced…whenever silk is specified for ribbing, I use a single strand of floss. Maybe 2 strands on a dubbed, chenille or wool body.

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  3. Don Bastian says:

    Uhhhh…silly me. Looking at this again today, I see I replied correctly to your question Bruce, but I made the mistake and used gold tinsel for the recipe.
    Checking the recipe again today in Trout I note the rib is supposed to be gold tinsel. Sorry for that, and thank you for your diligence!
    Don

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