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Deschutes Madness (McNeese)

Name Deschutes Madness (McNeese)
Category Steelhead
Tag Flat Gold Tinsel and Fluorescent Red Floss
Tail Strands of Fluorescent Red Floss
Body Purple Crystal Chenille Palmered over Fluorescent Red Floss
RibOval Gold Tinsel
Collar Purple Hackle
Wing Purple Polar Bear or Substitute Over Which are Strands of Purple Crystal Flash
Head Claret

The pattern for this fly, originated by Walt Johnson, came from the fine book by Dick Stewart and Farrow Allen, Flies for Steelhead.  They write that this fly is one of the best of the "Madness" series of flies developed by Dave McNeese, John Shewey, and Bill Schiffman.


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