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No Name Mixed Wing #1
A William Lovelace Fly

No Name Mixed Wing #1


No Name Mixed Wing #1

Category Steelhead Fly
Hook Dai Riki 899 #2
Thread Black Monocord
Tag Flat Gold Tinsel
Tail Golden Pheasant-Red and Gold Feathers tied as veils

Yellow, Orange, & Red 100% Merino Wool Dubbing

Ribbing Oval Gold Tinsel
Throat Tan dyed Mallard
UnderWing Golden Pheasant Red breast feather
Wing Slips of Peacock Wing Feather mixed with: Yellow, Orange, and Red Goose Shoulder

No Name Mixed Wing #1 was created and tied by Salmonfly.Net Contributing Fly Tyer William Lovelace.

Bill's Notes: "This fly was inspired by watching Steve Brocco at the 20th NW Fly Tyers Expo in Albany, OR. He demonstrated a fishing fly (more complex and beautiful than this) based on a variation of old Mixed not Married Wing Salmon Flies. The wing slips are stacked on top of each other and then brushed to mix the individual feather barbs to produce a fly that looks like the wing slips have separated and blended together during fishing. Mount each wing separately. For more information on old mixed wings look at the flies of William Blacker who wrote The Art of Fly Making in 1855."

Read more about William Lovelace and see more of his flies at The Flies of William Lovelace.

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