|tail||red goose primary|
|rib||medium gold tinsel|
|wing||six or seven peacock sword Fibers|
|wing-over||two or three fibers of red goose primary|
notes: wing: tied on a 45 degree angle and reaching about 3/4 of the tail wing-over: dyed red, reaching the length of the wing, tyed to split the top third of the wing An Attracter for all ocassions. This pattern was banned from English Chalk streams for many years because it was deemed too effective.
submitted by: Ed Zaun at email@example.com