Durham Ranger From: Favorite Flies (1892) Mary Orvis Marbury Tied by Paul Rossman A representation of how American-tied salmon flies looked in the 1890s
Tag:       Fine oval silver tinsel and yellow floss
Tail:       Golden pheasant crest, Lady Amherst 
             pheasant crest, and Indian crow
Butt:       Black herl
Body:      Red seal
Rib:        Flat silver tinsel
Wing:     Two jungle cock long, covered by two 
             golden pheasant tippets, back to back
Throat:   Light blue hackle
Cheek:    Blue chatterer
Topping: Golden pheasant crest
Horns:    Blue and gold macaw
Head:     Black wool
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