Here is my nomination for the official Washington FlyFishing.com fly. I call it the Old Lawless in honor of two of this site's elder statesmen. It is a spey fly in the tradition of Glasso, Johnson and Shewey. It is dark in order to fish well in low light winter days. It has the rococo excrescences (GP crests, jungle cock) of a Bob Lawless essay. And it makes liberal use of silver and grey reflecting the sparse grey hackle of the Old Man. Hook: Partidge CS 10/1 size two or Alec Jackson size 3. Tip: three turns fine oval silver tinsel. Tag: dark green floss. Tail: GP crest followed by three strands peacock sword half as long as crest. Butt: Black ostrich herl. Body: half silver tinsel and half green, dark blue and black dubbing. Rib: Medium oval silver tinsel. Hackle: Blue Eared Pheasant from dubbing, followed by two turns of blue guinea feather. Underwing: Blue eared pheasant feathers back to back. Overwing: Married strands of black and dark blue goose followed by a GP crest. Cheeks: jungle cock. Atlantic Salmon tyers might see a resemblence of this fly to Mark LeBlanc's Bonne-Aventure (Summer 1998 Wild Steelhead and Atlantic Salmon). It was the basis I started from.