Traditional Atlantic Salmon Flies
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By Bryant Freeman,-   Riverview New Brunswick Canada -The Medway Fisherman
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  Item Name: Torrish Traditional Salmon Fly
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Price: $100

 
 
     
     
     
     
     
     

Torrish    (Pryce-Tannatt)

Tag: Silver tinsel and golden yellow floss.
Tail: 
Golden Pheasant crest over which are a few strands of golden pheasant tippet, half as long as the crest feather.
Butt: 
Black Ostrich herl.
Body:
in two sections. rear two fifths of half, oval silver tinsel, butted forward with black ostrich herl, veiled above and below with Indian Crow, Forward three fifths, oval silver tinsel palmered with lemon yellow hackle, and ribbed with fine oval silver tinsel.
Ribs: 
Oval Silver tinsel.
Throat:
A deep red orange hackle the color of Indian crow.
Wings:
a pair of black white tipped turkey tail strips back to back, outside of which but not entirely concealing them is a mixed sheath of married strands of teal, yellow, scarlet, and orange swan, bustard, florican, and golden pheasant tail; outside of which are married narrow strips of pintail, and barred summer duck; outside of which are narrow strips of bronze mallard. A Golden peasant topping over.
Sides:
Jungle Cock.
Cheeks:
Indian Crow
Horns: Blue Macaw.
Head:
Black.


 


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