Spey Fluer af Thomas Christensen - del 3 - Step by Step

I to artikler forud her på sitet, ses i alt 16 Spey Fluer bundet af Thomas Christensen.

Her ses Spey Fluen Gold Heron bundet Step  by Step           

"Spey flies, properly so-called. are simple and unassuming both in composition and appearance, yet they are tied with as much skill and care by the best native artists as is exhibited in the fabrication of the most complicated, gaudy lures, formerly imported from Ireland.." 
A. E. Knox

Denne gang har jeg valgt at lade teksten forblive på Dansk

Step by Step er lavet af Thomas Christensen.


                                       Gold Heron - Spey Flie - tired Step by Step

          

             Gold Heron, step by step.
             Gut øje, medium flad guld tinsel og guld og sølv tråd bindes på en Alec Jakson 1,5 blind-eye Spey flue krog.


                                  

                                       Gold Heron, step by step.
                                       En stor grå hejre fjer bindes ind og kroppen dubbes med sort berlinuld (tynd).


        

             
Gold Heron, step by step.
          Kroppen bubbes færdig, guldtinslen og sølv tråden tørned. Guld tråden gemmes til senere.


                                 

                             Gold Heron, step by step.
                             Haklet tørnes modsat vej af ribben.


        

          Gold Heron, step by step.
          Guld tråden tørnes igennem hacklet så det låser fjeren fast og hacklet foldes ned på undersiden.


                                  

                              Gold Heron, step by step.
                              Mallard vingerne bindes ind så de sider lavt og meget kort. 
                              De skal ligne en lille båd som ligger med bunden op ad.


                                 

                                       Gold Heron, step by step.
                                       Den færdige flue.

Flue bundet af Thomas Sørensen
Foto og Tekst: Thomas Sørensen

Spey Fluer af Thomas Christensen - del 2

I alt 16 Spey Fluer, delt over to artikler 

                   

"Spey flies, properly so-called. are simple and unassuming both in composition and appearance, yet they are tied with as much skill and care by the best native artists as is exhibited in the fabrication of the most complicated, gaudy lures, formerly imported from Ireland.." 
A. E. Knox

Jeg har valgt at lade teksten forblive på Engelsk, og dermed direkte fra Arthue Edward Knox (Thomas Christensen)

Fluerne er bundet af Thomas Christensen


                                                                     Green King

        

           "The flies known as "Kings" are characterized by having alternate bars of gold and silver tinsel.
           No beading of any kind."
           9. "Green King: Body same as green Reeach. Alternate bars of gold and silver tinsel. Red cock hackle. Shoulder hackle, teal feather. Wing, mallard."
           A. E. Knox

                                                                                        Purple King

                             

                                       10. "Purple King: Body lake colur, composed of scarlet and purple mixed. Alternate bars of gold and silver.
                                       Hackle, grey or red cock, according to fancy. Shoulder hackle, teal. Wing, mallard."
                                       A. E. Knox


                                                                     Black King

       
 
             11. "Black King:.. Body black. Alternate bars of gold and silver tinsel. Hackle, black cock. 
             Shoulder heckle, guinea fowl. Wing, mallard."
              A. E. Knox
                                                                                    Gold Purple Fly

                              

                                       12. "Gold Purple Fly. commonly called Gold Purpy:.. Body purple.
                                       Red cock hakle, with bars of gold tinsel. Wing, mallard."
                                       A. E. Knox

                                                                     Culdrain Fly

           

            13. "Culdrain Fly:.. This is generally tied on a large hook. Body black. Bars of silver tinsel, rather far arpart,
            and between each bar tow threads of silk, one orange, and one yellow. Hackle, jet-black cock. 
            Wing, grey mallard."
            A. E. Knox

                                                                                       Gold Heron

                              

                                      14. "Gold Heron:.. Body black, with bars of gold tinsel. Between the bars tow threads of gold and
                                      silver beading. Hackle very long, of the slate-coloured back hackles of the heron. Wing mallard."
                                      A. E. Knox

                                                                       Black Heron

         

             15. "Black Heron:.. Same as the last, but instead of the slate-coloured back hackles of the heron,
             use the tips of the black feathers from the breast of that bird.
             A. E. Knox

                                                                                        Carron Fly

                         

                                      16. "Carron Fly:.. Body orange, bars of silver tinsel. Hackle, black feather from the breast of the heron.
                                      Wing, mallard."
                                      A. E. Knox

Foto og tekst: Thomas Christensen

Spey Fluer af Thomas Christensen - del 1

I alt 16 Spey Fluer, delt over to artikler 

                  

"Spey flies, properly so-called. are simple and unassuming both in composition and appearance, yet they are tied with as much skill and care by the best native artists as is exhibited in the fabrication of the most complicated, gaudy lures, formerly imported from Ireland.." 
A. E. Knox

Jeg har valgt at lade teksten forblive på Engelsk, og dermed direkte fra Arthue Edward Knox (Thomas Christensen)

Fluerne er bundet af Thomas Christensen

                                                                     
                                                                    Gold Speal

      

              1. "Gold Speal:.. Is generally on a large hook. Body black, with only two or three turns of very broad gold
              flat tinsel and with a single turn of fine silver beading between the bars of tinsel. Red cock hackle, very soft,
              taken from the tail coverts of the bird. Wing, mallard." 
              A. E. Knox.

                                                                                         Silver Speal

                              
                     
                                      2. "Silver Speal:.. Same as above, but the flat tinsel is of silver and the beading between the bars of gold." 
                                      A. E. Knox.

                                                                        Gold Reeach

          

            3. "Gold Reeach:.. Body black with three bars of flat gold tinsel, between which are three rows of very fine
            gold beading. tip of the tail sometimes finishd with orange silk. Red cock hackles from the tail coverts -
            soft and fine - along the body of the fly. Shoulder hackle of teal or guinea-fowl. Wing, mallard."
            A. E. Knox.


                                                                                                                   Silver Reeach

                             

                                         4. "Silver Reeach:.. Same as above, except that silver tinsel and beading are used instead of gold,
                                         and grey cock hackle along the body of the fly instead of red cock hackle."
                                         A. E. Knox


                                                               Gold-Green Reeach

        

             5. "Gold-Green Reeach:.. Body olive, composed of a mixture of red, green and purple fine Berlin wool.
             Red cock hackle from the neck. Tinsel and beading same as Gold Reeach. Shoulder hackle and wing ditto."
             A. E. Knox

                                                                               Silver-Green Reeach

                             

                                       6. "Silver-Green Reeach:.. Same as above, but with silver tinsel and beading instead of gold.
                                       A. E. Knox

                                                       Gold-Green Fly

        

             7. "Gold-Green Fly:.. Dubbing the same as green Reeach. Three or four turns of gold tinsel, according to its width,
             and between each of these a single turn of orange silk. Red cock hackle. Wing, teal or grey mallard.
             A. E. Knox

 Silver-Green Fly 

                                 

                                    8. "Silver-Green Fly:.. Same as above, but with silver tinsel and grey cock hackle."
                                    A. E. Knox

Foto og tekst: Thomas Christensen
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