The drunk & disorderly has fast become one of the most successful patterns across the board for game fish. Michigan native Tommy Lynch designed this fly to act like a rapala lure and he nailed it. The action on this fly, when attached to a sink tip (usually 250-300 gr.) is predictable only in the fact that it is unpredictable. It darts and dives changes direction with every strip. the internal rattle adds the sonic attraction and The spun deer hair head give this pattern a slight rise on the pause that Big Browns find irresistible. I typically tie this pattern in 4-5 inch lengths . Most common colors are white, Brown, Yellow and Olive green but can be tied in Black as well as other colors.