Moonlight Tied by William Hrinko
Tag:      Silver tinsel
Tail:      Golden pheasant crest and a pair of jungle cock feathers, back to back
Body:    In two equal parts. Rear half, silver tinsel veiled above and below with a pair (or two pairs) of
            blue chatterer, back to back. Front half, black floss
Rib:       Fine oval silver tinsel over flat silver tinsel; broader oval gold tinsel over black floss
Hackle:  A black heron's hackle (or equivalent such as blue-eared pheasant dyed black) over black floss. 
Throat:   Speckled gallina (guinea fowl)
Wing:     Cinnamon or white turkey tail strips, set flat
Source:   T.E. Pryce-Tannatt (1914) How to Dress Salmon Flies. London: Adam and Charles Black..
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