10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «WELSHMAN'S BUTTON»
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Malcolm Greenhalghs Flyfishers Handbook
Welshman's Button Sericostoma personatum The Welshman's Button is, correctly
, an artificial fly that was used in Wales to imitate cockchafers (Robert Lascelles,
A Series of Letters on Angling, Shooting & Coursing in three parts, 1819), ...
Malcolm Greenhalgh, Malcolm Greenhalgh and Denys Ovenden, 2004
The universal angler, or, That art improved in all its ...
TH E- Welshman's Button, or Hazlf if'ly-i comes in the latter end ot Jtijy. Ifcbasan
outer ;hufky wing, and a small blue one under it} and is round as a button, from
whence it has its name. They are found upon hazle- trees and fern bushes ; and
Welshman's Button. The Welshman's Button, or Hazle-fly, comes in the latter End
of July. It has an outer husky Wing, and a small blue one under it ; and is round
as a Button, from whence it has its Name. They are found upon Hazle-Trees and
The Art of Angling ... A new edition
Welshman's Button. 24. The Welshman's Button, or Hazel Fly, appears in the end
of July, and remains about ten days. The wings are made of a red feather from
the rump of a partridge, or pheasant; the body with peacock's and black ostrich's
The Language of Fly-Fishing
It is just possible, though, that the 'Dun Cut' of the Treatise was intended to
represent the Welshman's Button; Skues evidently thought so (see McDonald, ll5)
, but the overall coloration seems wrong; it is also difficult to interpret the yellow ...
The Welshman's Button, Or Hazle Fly, COMES about the latter end of July, and
continues about nine or ten days ; is in form like a round button, from which he
derives his name ; he has four wings, the uppermost husky and hard, the
The Art of Angling ... The seventh edition, etc
The 'Welshman's Button, or Hazle-fly, comes in the latter End of It has an outer
hulky Wing, and a small blue one under it; and is as round as a Button, from
whence it has its Name. They are found upon Hazel-Trees and Fern bushes; and
Richard BROOKES (M.D.), 1801
The Angler's Guide: Being a Complete Practical Treatise on ...
The hazel-fly,* by some called the Welshman's button, or button-fly 5 is valuable
all this month to dap with. The small fly, called the light-blue fly, is known to most
fly-fishers to be a killing bait from morning till. * The haze) fly is found on filbert ...
Thomas Frederick Salter, 1816
The Angler's Museum: Or, The Whole Art of Float and Fly ...
The Welshman's Button, or Hazel Fly, comes about the latter end of July, and
continues about nine or. ten days ; is in form like a round button, from which., he
derives his name : he has four wings, the upper -. most husky and hard, the ...
Thomas Shirley, Saint Antonio de Padova, 1784
The laboratory; or, School of arts: containing a large ...
Blue-gnat; begins with July, and is a good killer when the water is low and fine.
The wings to be made of alight blue cock's hackle; the body, the blue fur of a fox,
mixed with some yellow. 6. Welshman's- button, or hade-fly. It takes its name from
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «WELSHMAN'S BUTTON»
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Western Angling News - Galway - 2 July 2015
Ronan Cusack reports on fishing on Lough Mask. Good fishing was reported again this week, as the Welshman's button sedge fly hatch off in good numbers. «Castlebar.News, Jul 15»
Sheelin mayfly are gone but sedges can be deadly
... olive, Wulff (grey, royal and green), red tailed green Peter, Welshman's button, French partridge, golden olive bumble, stimulator and a selection of dabblers. «Farming Life, Jun 14»