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Jock Scott
Dressed by William M. Allen

Jock Scott tied by William M. Allen

Tag: Silver twist and yellow silk

Tail: A topping and Indian crow

Butt: Black ostrich herl

Rib: Fine silver wire over the yellow floss silk and wide silver tinsel over the black floss

Body: In 2 equal sections; No.1 of yellow floss silk (buttercup yellow), between the body sections a veiling of yellow Tucan feathers and a butt of black ostrich herl; No.2 of black floss silk

Hackle: A natural black cock's hackel, palmered over the black part of the body

Throat: Gallina

Wings: Two sections of black turkey with white tips, golden pheasant tail, bustard, grey mallard, peacock herl (sword feathers), swan dyed yellow, red or red macaw and blue, mallard and a topping

Sides: Jungle Cock

Cheeks: Blue Chatterer

Horns: Blue Macaw

Head: Black Ostrich Herl

This version of Jock Scott was tied by William (Billy) M. Allen, the fourth contributor in the early years of Salmonfly.Net. You can see more flies tied by Billy on his introduction page - The Flies of William M. Allen.


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