Flies are made for' bass of deer hair and known as bucktail flies. Their advantage over flies of feathers and fur is that they do not mat when wet, but unless the hair is dyed they can only be made in gray and white or brown Some of them are nicely shaped and others are only heavy hackles. Some of these flies are made with weed guards. These, of course, are large and might properly be classed with artificial baits. The Jamison fly has black head and red body; hackle of red hair and large wings of single red feathers; tail white. Some very large bass have been taken with it.
Brooks, Lake. The Science of Fishing. Columbus, OH: A.R. Harding, 1912. Print.
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