I have in hand a copy of the Inland Empire Fly Fishing Club's publication copyrighted in 1982. On page 52 is a picture of the Chappie fly, tied with orange wool body and ribbed with orange silk thread. Recipe calls for: Hook size 12 through 2 (I would imagine larger size for steelhead.) TAIL Tips of two long, narrow grizzly hackles tied face to face. BODY Orange wool, ribbed with orange silk thread or gold tinsel THROAT Grizzly tied on as collar (Shown as sparce and moderate) WING Tips of two long narrow grizzly hackles, back to back and high off hook. Credit was given to C. L. (Outdoor) Franklin of Los Angles as the originator This fly is not a bright as Jack's fly above and the neck hackle is a tad shorter, otherwise it is the same. Nice tie, Jack.