About the Black Dose Salmon Atlantic Fly
The 'Black Dose' is a Victorian classic Salmon pattern created by Mr Bernard in the middle of the 19th century. The tiers of this era had the world of exotic plumge from endangered birds to select from. Today substitute materials are used this fly shown tied by Philip Butcher is a fine example
First confirmed references are of G Kelson showing, the Black Dose, to his son George M Kelson (author of The Salmon Fly 1985) .
Creator of this salmon atlantic fly: Mr Bernard
Tier of this salmon atlantic fly:
Country of origin for this salmon atlantic fly: England
This salmon atlantic fly is designed to be fished on Lakes, Rivers & Streams
- Tag : Round silver tinsel, yellow floss
- Tail : Golden pheasant crest
- Body : Black floss
- Rib : Oval silver
- Hackle : Black
- Wings : Black Turkey "married" strands of red, yellow, blue swan, grey mallard, golden pheasant tail, brown mallard over , a topping over all.
- Sides : Jungle Cock
- Head : Black varnish
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