Posts Tagged ‘Peacock Sword’

The Ray Bergman Collection – 110) Fitzmaurice

The Ray Bergman Collection – 110) Fitzmaurice

Tip: None * Tail: Peacock sword Butt: Black chenille * Ribbing: None Body: Crimson chenille Hackle: Yellow Wing: Brown mallard * The tip on the Fitzmaurice is listed in Trout as black chenille, but it is specifically illustrated on the painting as a butt at the end of the body at the base of the […]

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 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 […]

The Ray Bergman Collection – 65) Cassin

The Ray Bergman Collection – 65)	Cassin

Tip: Gold tinsel Tail: Peacock sword and scarlet quill sections Ribbing: Gold tinsel Body: Yellow floss Hackle: Brown Wing: Yellow

The Ray Bergman Collection – 57) Calder

The Ray Bergman Collection – 57)	Calder

Tip: None Tail: Barred Mandarin Butt: Peacock herl Ribbing: Gold tinsel Body: Orange floss Hackle: Brown Wing: Peacock sword over light brown mottled turkey

The Ray Bergman Collection – 7) Alexandra

The Ray Bergman Collection – 7) Alexandra

Tip: Dark red floss (optional) Tail: Peacock sword and/or scarlet Ribbing: Oval silver tinsel (optional) Body: Silver tinsel Hackle: Deep wine, dark claret, or black Wing: Peacock sword – may have dash of scarlet on each side The Alexandra exists in numerous variations. It is a fly of English origin that was supposedly banned in […]

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