hackle


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hackle

[′hak·əl]
(textiles)
A board studded with long, thin wire brushes and used for hackling.
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Red Hackle played the Alberta and took a 3-2 lead into the singles rundown after the triples and the pairs.
But the style is undeniably effective, even on finicky, flat-water trout, perhaps because the fly body rests directly against the surface film and vital components on the fly are unobstructed by hackle.
Peter Buglass and Denis Archbold prevailed for the Hackle but Snooker Club's reply was a win by Gordon Barkas.
Retired TA colonel Roland Rose, 73, said: "Regulars have been denied the right to wear the hackle with dress uniform.
The trick was to let the fly land on the water, let it drift a short distance, and then give the line a quick twitch to make the fly jump across the surface on the tips of the hackle.
Red Hackle were the visitors to the Westoe to play the Bar A and it was the away team who led 3-2 going into the singles.
Alberta faced Red Hackle and were 3-2 behind after the triples and the pairs.
Red Hackle hosted Alum House and after the triples and the pairs were 5-0 ahead.
Due to time issues, a consignment of hackles for The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders were made by the same manufacturer as The Black Watch hackle.
Boldon Lad were the visitors to the Red Hackle and were 3-2 behind ahead of the singles.
THE Government has done away with the Scottish regiments' independence, 300 years of history, their cap badges and the famous red hackle.
Mackle Hackle, who tries everything to help his hen cackle, including telling her chicken jokes.