Yellow Eagle Tied by William Hrinko
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Tag: Silver tinsel Tail: Golden pheasant crest and the tip of a golden pheasant's breast feather Body: In equal sections of lemon, bright orange, scarlet and fiery brown seal's fur (or equivalent). Body is dressed sparse, but well picked out. Rib: Broad silver tinsel and twist Hackle: An Eagle's hackle (or substitute such as turkey marabou) with one side stripped, dyed yellow. Throat: Widgeon Wing: A pair of light, mottled grey turkey tail strips, set flat. Sides: Jungle cock (omitted in fly shown) Topping: two to three golden pheasant crests (omitted in fly shown) Note: Similar to the AVON EAGLE with exception of the wing. Source: T.E. Pryce-Tannatt (1914) How to Dress Salmon Flies. London: Adam and Charles Black..