Published Dec 22. 2012 - 10 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 27. 2020

#357 - Mrs. Bushaw

The Mrs. Bushaw - Bill Chandler#357 Mrs. Bushaw - Bill Chandler Tied by: Bill Chandler Originated by: Bill Chandler Hook: Unknown Thread: White 8/0...

#357 The Mrs. Bushaw - Bill Chandler #357 The Mrs. Bushaw - Bill Chandler
#357 Mrs. Bushaw - Bill Chandler

Tied by: Bill Chandler
Originated by: Bill Chandler

Hook: Unknown
Thread: White 8/0
Tag: Silver flat tinsel
Body: Green silk
Rib: Gold flat tinsel
Belly: White bucktail
Throat: Red then black schlappen
Under-shoulder: Red then black schlappen
Wing: 2 claret hackles flanked by green hackle
Shoulder: Francolin feather
Cheek: Red broadbill feather or short red feather
Head: Black

Notes: Bill used a big unknown Allcock hook for this festive streamer. The claret and green mix to create magic in this pattern with rich deep colors. The two-dot francolin feather provides a bullseye for aggressive predators to hone in on. The red broadbill feather set agains the black base of the francolin ties the wing together perfectly. The Mrs. Bushaw is a chimerical pattern and would be a delight to troll behind a slow canoe on dark days in deep cold waters in hopes of raising great monsters.


Comment to #357 - Mrs. Bushaw...

Chartreuse & claret...nice

Comment to #357 - Mrs. Bushaw...

Oh, I love it. The colors are magnificent. That black francolin really is a nice touch too.

Comment to #357 - Mrs. Bushaw...

A very nice Fly, some great colours!

Comment to #357 - Mrs. Bushaw...

Lovely looking streamer Bill,first time i think i have seen this colour scheme on any fly.I agree with Harold and kelly,very nice...


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