While going through Smiths book The North Country Fly I came across several interesting patterns, one of them is probably not well known to most of us but looks to be a fly that will get the job done. Again the simplicity of the pattern is key along with it's sparseness. The fly is called "Dixon's Tangerine".. and was first tied somewhere between the 1950's to the 1980's. The fly is tied with Red Pearsall's Silk..Thorax, Peacock Herl...Hackle, Brown Owl. I used Starling.