Reading through the Blacker books I find patterns and information that I set aside and tie up when time permits it. The Brora 1. is a good example of a pattern for fishing: slim body, sparse wing and the overall feel of the pattern makes it something to tie up both in larger, but also in smaller sizes for low-water and small rivers up north.
A version of Shannon number 12 from William Blacker, tied in hand on a Lars Møller #4/0 2xl hook.
This year will be a lot about Blacker: a 3-book edition about his life and tying will be published in the not-too-distant-future. Starting up the tying season with some more tying in hand, and exploring the wing and thoughts from Blacker when it comes to flydesign.