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Freight Train. A top-producing summer steelhead fly. A favorite on the Deschutes River.

Freight Train. A top-producing summer steelhead fly. A favorite on the Deschutes River.

Welcome to the home of The Spey Ghillie

Welcome to the home of The Spey Ghillie

Ice Wisp Spey Fly - I'm going to try this pattern but use dyed bucktail for the wing and use a better quality spey feather option

Ice Wisp Spey Fly - I'm going to try this pattern but use dyed bucktail for the wing and use a better quality spey feather option

The Grey EagleAnother one from the fishing box of classics. This is probably my favorite variation of a Grey Eagle as it’s dead simple...

The Grey EagleAnother one from the fishing box of classics. This is probably my favorite variation of a Grey Eagle as it’s dead simple...

Killer steelhead fly by Rosso Fuoco. Nice work! For more fly fishing info follow and subscribe www.theflyreelguide.com. Also check out the original pinners site and support

Killer steelhead fly by Rosso Fuoco. Nice work! For more fly fishing info follow and subscribe www.theflyreelguide.com. Also check out the original pinners site and support

Winters Hope steelhead fly by Bill McMillan: Met Bill on the Shoug, & this is not what he was using the day I met him. I was new to the area & did not know I was talking to a fly fishing legend! DH

Winters Hope steelhead fly by Bill McMillan: Met Bill on the Shoug, & this is not what he was using the day I met him. I was new to the area & did not know I was talking to a fly fishing legend! DH

Green Highlander (Kelson - The Salmon Fly 1895).  Tag: Silver twist and canary silk.
Tail: A topping and Teal.
Butt: Black herl.
Body: Two turns of yellow silk and green Seal’s fur.
Ribs: Silver tinsel.
Hackle: Green from yellow silk.
Throat: A yellow hackle.
Wings: Two tippets (back to back) veiled with light and dark Bustard, Golden Pheasant tail, dark mottled Turkey, Swan dyed green, Mallard and a topping.
Horns: Blue Macaw.

Green Highlander (Kelson - The Salmon Fly 1895). Tag: Silver twist and canary silk.
Tail: A topping and Teal.
Butt: Black herl.
Body: Two turns of yellow silk and green Seal’s fur.
Ribs: Silver tinsel.
Hackle: Green from yellow silk.
Throat: A yellow hackle.
Wings: Two tippets (back to back) veiled with light and dark Bustard, Golden Pheasant tail, dark mottled Turkey, Swan dyed green, Mallard and a topping.
Horns: Blue Macaw.