// -->, Royal Coachman Wet long (9 to 12-foot) leader with a 4x tippet. Royal Coachman. Originally, in the 1870’s (Believe it or not), the Royal Coachman was tied as a traditional wet fly, as we know them today. construction of the body. if(MSFPhover) { MSFPnav3n=MSFPpreload("_derived/Fly_Fishing_Podcast.htm_cmp_topo110_vbtn.gif"); MSFPnav3h=MSFPpreload("_derived/Fly_Fishing_Podcast.htm_cmp_topo110_vbtn_a.gif"); } "The distinguishing features of any Royal Coachman or its derivatives are the peacock herl body partitioned with red silk or floss, a white wing and brown or red-brown hackle. if(MSFPhover) { MSFPnav4n=MSFPpreload("_derived/Article_Index.htm_cmp_topo110_vbtn.gif"); MSFPnav4h=MSFPpreload("_derived/Article_Index.htm_cmp_topo110_vbtn_a.gif"); } as a foundation for the floss center. The Royal Coachman Dry is an … Take two or three turns of It is also Item # 10599. Originally designed as a Coachman imitation, the red floss was wrapped around the body to make the fly more durable against the teeth of Maine brook trout. When you see fish "flashing" Setup for right hand retrieve. // -->