A mix of brown, light and dark green,and a little bit of yellow wool
Ribbing: From separat
starting points, narrow gold, narrow silver and light olive-greensewing
tread. These are all wound the reverse way an equal distance
apart,but the sewing tread is left until the hackle is put on. The
two metal ribs run under the hackle the sewing tread is over it,
between the fibres.
Hackle: From end of
body, a red Spey-cock hackle wound from the root in usual direction
crossing the metal ribs.
As you can see I have make some changes on this fly, I didn´t have
any red spey cock so i use a green insted. And the ribs......Mr
Kelson was in my opinion a little bit to much sometimes, if you
understand what i mean, why crossing the ribs?.