DUNKELD



DUNKELD

 

Tag:   Silver thread and light orange floss
Tail: A topping, a pair of jungle cock
feathers (back to back) veiled by a pair
of Indian crow (back to back)
Butt: Black herl
Body: Flat gold tinsel
Ribs: Fine oval silver tinsel
Hackle: A bright orange hackle
Throat: Jay
Wings: Mixed -- tippet in strands; "married"
strands of scarlet, yellow, and blue swan;
peacock wing, speckled bustard, florican,
golden pheasant tail and mottled brown
turkey tail; strips of brown Mallard over.
Sides: Jungle cock
Cheeks: Blue chatterer; a topping over all
Horns: Blue and yellow macaw

The above fly tied by William Hrinko.

Reference: Pryce-Tannatt (1914) How to Dress Salmon Flies.
London: Adam and Charles Black