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Dewdrop (Kelson)
Dressed by Wolfgang von Malottke


Tag: Gold twist, yellow silk.

Tail: Gold pheasant crest and a Jungle point.

Butt: Black herl, six turns of same gold twist as in tag.

Body: In two sections, the first: yellow silk ribbed black silk and narrow gold tinsel on each side, butted Toucan above and below and black herl. Second half: Black silk ribbed yellow silk wit narrow gold tinsel on each side.

Throat: A light blue hackle and Jay.

Wing: One tipped backed with one red breast feather from Gold pheasant, Peacock wing and Teal, Light and dark Bustard, Gallina, Mallard and a topping.

Sides: Jungle cock.

Cheeks: Indian Crow and Chatterer.

Horns: Blue and Yellow Macaw.

Head: Black.

This version of Dewdrop 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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