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Baron (Farlows)
Dressed by Wolfgang von Malottke


Tag: Silver twist, Red claret floss.

Tail: Gold pheasant crest.

Butt: Black herl.

Body: In two sections, first half flat silver ribbed oval silver, butted Indian Crow to tag and black herl. Second half black silk ribbed oval silver and a red claret hackle along.

Throat: Jay.

Wing: Tippet strands, yellow Swan, blue and red Macaw, Gold pheasant tail, Peacock wing and Mallard, a topping over.

Sides: Jungle cock.

Cheeks: Chatterer.

Horns: Blue and Yellow Macaw.

Head: Black Ostrich.

This version of Baron was tied by Wolfgang von Malottke, the seventh contributor in the early years of Salmonfly.Net. You can see more flies tied by Jed on his introduction page - The Flies of Wolfgang von Malottke.

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