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Fra Diavolo (Major Traherne)
Dressed by Wolfgang von Malottke

Fra Diavolo

Tag: Silver twist, light yellow silk.

Tail: Gold pheasant crest.

Butt: Ostrich.

Body: One third red orange silk ribbed fine silver tinsel, veiled with two Indian Crows above and below butted black Ostrich. Front part, light blue silk ribbed broad silver lace with a light blue hackle along.

Throat: Yellow Macaw.

Wing: White tip Turkey tail, Amherst tail, red Macaw, Swan, dyed green Macaw and two toppings.

Sides: Woodduck and Jungle cock.

Cheeks: A Chatterer or Kingfisher.

Horns: Blue and yellow Macaw.

Head: Black.

This version of Fra Diavolo 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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