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Whychus Canyon (Sherry Steele)
Tied by Ken Broadhead

Whychus Canyon


Whychus Canyon

Hook TMC 7989 Size 2 or Dai-Riki 899 #4
Tip Oval silver tinsel
Tag Red floss
Tail GP crest
Butt Black ostrich herl
Rib Oval siver
Body Green floss
Hackle Reddish GP feather
Wing Argos  pheas/turkey/peacock quill (which I use)
Topping SGP crest (optional)
Head Black

Whychus Canyon was tied by Ken Broadhead. You will find many more of his exceptional  flies at The Flies of Ken Broadhead.

Ken's Notes: A beauty from you Sherry Steele called the Whychus Canyon. Ms Steele developed this fly to honor the Deschutes Land Trustís creation of Whychus Canyon Preserve.

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