Popham 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 gold tinsel
Tail:       Golden pheasant crest and Indian crow
Body:      In three equal sections of yellow floss ribbed 
              with fine oval gold tinsel, veiled above and 
              below with Indian crow, and butted with black 
Throat:   Guinea fowl dyed blue or Eurasian jay
Wing:     Married strips of golden pheasant tail, red swan, 
             and speckled bustard; bronze mallard over top
Cheek:    Blue chatterer
Topping: Golden pheasant crest
Horns:    Blue and gold macaw
Head:      Black wool
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