Posts Tagged ‘jungle cock’

The Ray Bergman Collection – 109) Fish Hawk

The Ray Bergman Collection – 109) Fish Hawk

Tip: None Tail: Brown mottled turkey Ribbing: Brown silk (floss) * Body: Gold tinsel Hackle: Brown Wing: Brown mottled turkey, jungle eye * Silk floss ribs should be twisted prior to wrapping.

The Ray Bergman Collection – 108) Fisher

The Ray Bergman Collection – 108) Fisher

Tip: None Tail: Wood duck or Mandarin Ribbing: Gold tinsel Body: Yellow wool Hackle: Claret Wing: Black and white married, jungle cock eye

The Ray Bergman Collection – 101) Emma

The Ray Bergman Collection – 101) Emma

Tip: Gold tinsel Tail: Light claret quill sections Ribbing: Gold tinsel Body: Dark red floss Hackle: Light claret Wing: Jungle cock body feathers, paired back-to-back

The Ray Bergman Collection – 94) Dr. Burke

The Ray Bergman Collection – 94)	Dr. Burke

Tip: None Tail: Peacock sword Ribbing: Oval silver tinsel Body: Silver tinsel Hackle: Yellow Wing: White with jungle cock eye

The Ray Bergman Collection – 93) Dr. Breck

The Ray Bergman Collection – 93)	Dr. Breck

Tip: None Tail: Jungle cock eyes (back-to-back) Ribbing: None Body: Silver tinsel Hackle: Crimson Wing: White with crimson stripe, married

The Grenade- by David Quenneville

The Grenade- by David Quenneville

This is a pattern from Claude H. Bernard who guides on the Bonaventure river in Québec for atlantic salmon. Originally tied for walleye and then adapted for atlantic salmon. The Grenade was the winner in the hairwing creation category in the 1986 fly tying championship of the FQSA. HOOK: Daiichi Alec Jackson THREAD: Uni-Thread yellow […]

Canadian Black Dose (reduced)- by Shawn Mitchell

Canadian Black Dose (reduced)- by Shawn Mitchell

Shawn Mitchell give his detailed tutorial on the Canadian Black Dose (reduced). What appears to be an advanced tie, is broken into easy to follow steps.

The Ray Bergman Collection – 40) Bob Lawrence

The Ray Bergman Collection – 40)	Bob Lawrence

Tip: Silver tinsel Tail: Scarlet quill sections Ribbing: Silver tinsel Body: Cinnamon dubbing Hackle: Guinea fowl Wing: Scarlet with jungle cock eye

The Ray Bergman Collection – 21) Belgrade

The Ray Bergman Collection – 21) Belgrade

Tip: None * Tail: Crimson and white married Butt: Black chenille * Hackle: Claret tied palmer Ribbing: Gold tinsel Body: Yellow wool or dubbing Wing: White with scarlet stripe, married, jungle cock eye * Refer to the Academy and Adirondack recipe notes for reference on the tip and butt as noted above. The Belgrade is […]

Opening Days by Richard Chiappone

Opening Days by Richard Chiappone

The following is an excerpt from the book, Opening Days, by Richard Chiaponne. It is from the chapter titled, “Perfect: A Fly Tier’s Beginnings.”

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