|Tail:||Red Hackle Fibers|
|Butt:||Flourescent Green Chenille|
|Wing:||White Bucktail, or Z-lon|
Notes on tying:
1. Tie in red hackle fibers for tail.
2. Tie in and wind 1 or 2 turns of chartreuse chenille for the butt.
3. Tie in ribbing tinsel and black chenille and wrap black chenille forward.
4. Wrap 4 of 5 turns of tinsel to front of body.
5. Tie in hackle at end of body and take 4 or 5 turns with it.
6. Tie on white bucktail or z-lon behind the eye and wrap thread to form a tapered head.
7. Whip finish and apply head cement.
This pattern was described in an article by Dave Hughes in American Angler March-April 1991 pgs 6-7. It can be fished dead drift for steelhead and salmon.
Shawn Harmon 1393 2nd St Coralville, IA 52241