Tied by Maxwell MacPherson, Jr.
|Name ||The Sherbrook |
|Category ||Classic Atlantic Salmon |
|Tag ||Silver thread and lemon floss |
|Tail ||A topping and Indian Crow |
|Butt ||Black herl |
|Body ||First third, pale orange floss; remainder, pale blue floss |
|Ribs ||Oval silver tinsel |
|Throat || A pale blue hackle |
|Wings || Mixed- tippet in strands; "married" strands of yellow, white, orange, crimson, and blue Swan, Golden Pheasant tail, Florican and Peacock wing; "married" narrow strips of barred Summer Duck and Pintail; narrow strips of brown Mallard over; a topping over all |
|Horns ||Blue and Yellow Macaw |
The Sherbrook was tied by Maxwell MacPherson, Jr. Maxwell has an informative web site with this and many other fine examples of Classic Atlantic Salmon Flies, the patterns, and the history of the flies. For more information about this fly and others, visit his site at MaxFlies.