Mackenzie's Madness Fly

Discussion in 'Patterns' started by Jerry Daschofsky, Jan 7, 2005.

  1. Jerry Daschofsky Moderator

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    Graham, WA, USA.
    Ratings: +683 / 5
    This is my daughter's fly. When she chose materials, I just let her go rampant choosing materials. I helped point her into a few directions on design. But for most part this is what she thought up. I just put it on the hook for her. I added madness to the name, since it truly is madness on a hook. But I like it. Think I may even tie a couple of these up and toss them into the fly wallet. Forgot to add the last coat of head cement, so seems a bit off (half dry). Sorry about the picture quality. All that neon/flourescent stuff really glared out. This was the best of 5 photos.

    AJ silver 1.5 spey hook
    Tag: silver doctor blue
    Joint: red ostrich herl
    Body:neon pink floss
    Ribbing:silver oval tinsel next to silver doctor blue floss
    Hackle:hot pink marabou
    Undercollar:fuchia mallard flank
    Overcollar: red guinea
    Wing:goose built wing two pink, two blue, alternating with blue on top.
  2. Ron Eagle Elk Active Member

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    Yelm, WA, USA.
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    Jerry, Both this and the Bradley's Bear are downright beautiful. Your kids have a good eye for color. Thanks for sharing.

    REE