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The Garry Dog was invented by James Wright of the famous Sprouston Beat on the Tweed, who allegedly named it after his Golden Retriever 'Garry'. This pattern has embedded itself firmly into Scottish salmon fishing and is often used as a coloured water pattern, due to the contrasting red and yellow on the wing. The tying was one of the first to break away from fully-dressed patterns in favour of the slimmer and longer lasting hair-wing style.