Definition for 'Jungle Cock (JC)'
The versatile JC, "Jungle Cock Cape" has been in use for salmon flies since the nineteenth century. The most recognized feather is the cape feather or the jungle cock nail.
JC is an important added dressing for Salmon flies, ideal for cheeks, also tail veiling's, under-wings and body veiling's. The Grey Jungle Cock nail is the most sought after feather. The lower nape grey and transition feathers can be use for various streamers, Sea Trout, Steelhead and Salmon patterns.
Although widely used for salmon fishing, the attractive JC feather has made its way into several Trout patterns.
Flies relating to Jungle Cock
Jungle Cock is mentioned in 196 flies within our catalogue. Of course, there are most likely more flies relating to this, but here is just a sample of the patterns: Show all related flies