The Teesdale Angler Part 4

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_July._–Light Dottrel and scarlet silk,–Inside of Landrail’s wing and yellow silk,–Blackbird and dark red silk,–Feather from neck of a Grouse and scarlet silk,–Plover’s breast and bright yellow silk,–Sandpiper and purple silk.–Hooks No. 1 or 2.

_August._–Most of the July hackles for the first fortnight, to which add dark Snipe and green silk,–Snipe’s breast feather and purple silk,–Dottrel and black silk,–Landrail and red silk.–Hooks No. 1 and 2.

_September._–Some of the August Flies with Landrail and yellow silk,–pale blue from Sea Swallow’s wing and yellow or primrose coloured silk,–pale blue from Sea Swallow and crimson silk.

_October._–Same as March,–with inside of Snipe’s wing and yellow silk,–Woodpigeon’s feather and yellow silk,–Dottrel and pale yellow silk.–Hooks No. 1 or 2.

I deem _November_ like February, not worth a list.



1. Dark Blue,–one of the earliest. 2. Olive Blue,–March and April,–a good Fly in cold weather. 3. Red Clock,–April and March. 4. Little Brown,–March and April, the dark first, then the lighter,–good on warm days. 5. Blue Midge,–early in Spring and late in Autumn. 6. Great Brown, or March Brown,–March, April and first week in May. 7. Yellow Legged Blue,–from the latter end of March to the end of April, on cold days, particularly in April.


1. Dark Blue,–yellow or Dun Midge from middle of April to middle of May. 2. Spider Legs,–end of April and May,–kills best in a wind. 3.

Land Fly,–end of April till towards the end of May 4. Green Tail or Grannam, from six in the morning till eleven again in the evening, when the Browns are off. 5. Ash Fly,–from April to the end of June,–a good killer on windy days.


1. Grey Midge,–the latter end of April and all Summer. 2. Yellow Sally Fly,–all May. 3. May Brown,–latter end of May till latter end of June. 4. Pale Blue,–from middle of May and all through June,–good in the evenings. 5. Yellow Fly,–the greatest parts of May and June,–kills best on cold windy days. 6. Little Stone Blue,–from the middle of May till the Autumn. 7. May or Stone Fly,–if the weather is genial, the last week in May, and continues through June.


1. Hawthorn Fly,–all June. 2. Little Dark and Pale Blue,–the dark during the middle of the day, the light in the evening. 3. June Dun,–about the middle of June,–suits showery weather. 4. Twitch Bell,–continues till the middle of July,–best in the evening,–Stone fly.


1. Little Olive Blue,–the greater part of July and August 2. Black and Red Ant Flies,–in July, August and September. 3. Little Blue,–July and August,–best in the middle of the day.


1. August Brown,–comes on about the latter end of July, continuing through August and till the middle of September. 2. Light Blue,–August, September and October,–a capital Fly on cold days. 3.

Orange Stinger,–hot days in August. 4. Grey Grannam,–showery days in August and September.


1. Light Olive Blue. 2. Small Willow Fly. 3. Large Willow Fly,–September and October.


1. Blue Bottle and House Fly. 2. Small Olive Blue. 3. Dark Grey Midge.



1. Dark Blue,–dark feather inside of Waterhen’s wing; body,–dark red brown silk, black hackle for legs–tail two strands of the same. 2.

Olive Blue,–feather of Starling’s wing, body light olive silk, and red hackle. 3. Red Clock,–wings and legs red; Peac.o.c.k’s brown herl, and bright red silk for body. 4. Little Brown,–feather from inside of Woodc.o.c.k’s wing, red copper coloured silk for body, and brown hackle for legs. 5. Blue Midge,–feather of Waterhen’s neck,–lead coloured silk for body, grizzled hackle for legs. 6. Great Brown,–feather from the hen Pheasant’s wing,–dark orange silk for body, brown red hackle for legs,–tail do. 7. Yellow Legged Blue,–feather from inside of Teal’s wing, or lightest part of Starling’s wing,–straw coloured silk for body, legs yellow hackle,–tail do.


1. Dark Blue,–same as March. 2. Dun Midge,–lightest part of a Thrush’s quill feather,–pale yellow silk, ribbed with light orange,–legs yellow hackle. 3. Spider Legs,–rusty coloured feather from Feldfare’s back,–lead coloured silk for body, grizzled hackle for legs. 4. Sand Fly,–ruddy mottled feather of hen Pheasant’s wing,–reddish fur from Hare’s neck, ribbed with light brown silk,–ginger coloured hackle for legs. 5. Green Tail or Grannam,–wings inside of hen Pheasant’s wing,–body lead coloured silk, with Peac.o.c.k’s green herl for tail,–legs ginger hackle. 6. Inside of Woodc.o.c.k’s wing,–body orange coloured silk neatly ribbed,–hackle from a grouse for legs.


1. Grey Midge,–feather from Woodc.o.c.k’s breast,–body of pale yellow silk. 2. Yellow Sally,–pale yellow feather,–body yellow silk,–legs yellow hackle. 3. May Brown,–ruddy grey,–feather from Partridge’s back,–olive coloured silk ribbed with light brown for body,–legs, hackles of an olive colour, tail do. 4. Pale Blue,–Sea Swallow for wings,–yellow pale silk for body, ribbed with sky blue,–pale yellow hackles for legs,–tail do.,–Little Stone Blue,–feather from Blackbird inside the wing, or Swift,–brown silk for body, brown hackle for legs. Stone Fly,–Mallard’s feather from the back,–very large for wings,–two strands of yellow, and one of drab,–Ostrich herl neatly ribbed,–tie with brown silk.–horns and tail, black cat’s whiskers.


1. Little Dark Blue,–inside of Waterhen’s wing,–lead coloured silk for body, legs yellowish dun hackle, tail Rabbit’s whisker. 2. Pale Blue–light part of Starling’s quill feather for wings, pale yellow silk for body, pale yellow dun hackle for legs and tail. 3. June Dun–a feather from Dottrel’s back, hackled on a body of blue Rabbit’s fur and drab silk, dun hackle for legs. 4. Twitchbell–inside of lightest part of Starling’s quill feather for wings, brown hackle for legs, brown Peac.o.c.k’s herl for body.


1. Little Olive Blue–Feather of Starling’s wing dyed in onion peelings, lead coloured silk for body, ribbed with yellow, dun hackle for legs, stained like the wings, Rabbit’s whiskers for tail. 2. Little Black Ant–feather of a Bluecap’s tail for wings, black Ostrich herl dressed small in the middle for body, brown hackle for legs. 3. Red Ant–Lark’s Quill feather for wings, c.o.c.k Pheasant’s herl from tail for body, red hackle for legs. 4. Little Blue–Bullfinch’s tail feather for wings, dark blue silk for body, dark blue hackle for legs, tail do.


1. August Brown–feather from hen Pheasant’s wing,–fern coloured fur from Hare’s neck, ribbed with pale yellow silk,–grizzled hackle for legs,–tail do. 2. Light Blue,–inside of Snipe’s wing,–body light Drab silk,–tail and legs grizzled hackle. 3. Cinnamon Fly,–feather from Landrail,–orange and straw coloured silk for body,–ginger hackle for legs. 4. Light Blue,–inside of Snipe’s wing,–light drab silk for body,–legs and tail grizzled hackle. 5. Dark Blue,–feather from Waterhen inside the wing,–reddish brown silk for body,–legs and tail brown hackle. 6. Orange Stinger,–taken from middle of August to the end of September–feather from Starling’s quill,–the head brown–the tail orange silk,–for body and legs, furnace hackle. 7. Grey Grannam,–dark feather from night Hawk or brown Owl,–red Squirrel’s fur and fawn coloured silk for body,–ginger hackle for legs.


1. Light Olive Blue,–Dottrel’s wing,–body pale white French silk,–legs and tail pale blue hackle. 2. Dark Olive Blue,–wings inside of Waterhen’s wing,–body lead coloured silk,–black hackle for legs,–tail Hare’s whiskers. 3. Small Willow Fly,–wings inside of Woodc.o.c.k’s wing feather,–body mole’s fur and yellow silk,–brown hackle for legs.

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