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Lady Hamilton (Wahl)

Name Lady Hamilton
Category Pacific Salmon
Hook 6 to 3/0
TailRed Goose Primary Strip
Body Red Floss Ribbed with Flat Silver Tinsel; Wind Floss Back and Forth in Several Layers, Cementing Between Layers to Build up Good Taper
Wing Orange Bucktail over White Bucktail
Head Black, Built Up With Tread; Paint White Eyes with Black Pupils

This pattern was originated by Ralph Wahl of Washington as a compact, fast-sinking fly. Another fly in this series is tied with a yellow body, white and red wing. See the Lord Hamilton.

 

 

 

 

 

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