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Rangeley Sesquicentennial Streamer
Designed by Gray Wolf (as in Fly Tyer Magazine, Autumn 2005)
Dressed by Monte Smith

Rangeley Sesquicentennial Streamer

Name Rangeley Sesquicentennial Streamer
Category Atlantic Salmon - Streamer
Hook Heritage Allcock 10XL, #2
Tag French silver tinsel
Body An underwrap of white silk floss followed by burnt orange silk floss
Rib Flat silver tinsel
Belly Peacock herl, bright orange bucktail, and purple bucktail. Blend together the two bunches of bucktail
Underwing Golden pheasant crest
Wing Four purple hackles flanked on each side by a shorter orange hackle
Eyes Jungle cock
Throat Orange hackle fibers

The Rangeley Sesquicentennial Streamer was a commemorative fly designed by Gray Wolf in 2005 for the town of Rangeley, Maine to celebrate 150 years since their founding and was shown on the cover of Fly Tyer Magazine. Monte has done a beautiful job of tying it and sharing it with us.

You can see more of the flies tied by Monte Smith and many of his own designs at The Flies of Monte Smith.

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