STEP 1 : Catch in some Greenwell or Furnace hen hackle fibres along the hookshank to form a tail.
STEP 2 : Catch in a length of Fine Red wire and two pheasant tail fibres. Trying to keep the 'bulk' to a minimum and return the thread to about 1/3 of the hookshank from the eye.
STEP 3 : Wind the pheasant tail fibres up the hookshank and tie off with thread, trim waste. Make sure that the pheasant tail fibres when wound are kept straight and don't cross each other.
STEP 4 : Now wind the red wire up the hookshank, in the opposite direction to the pheasant tail fibres. Secure with thread and trim waste.
STEP 5 : Catch in two peacock herls (Tip first)
STEP 6 : Wind the herls 2-4 times until a nice throax is created. Tie off with thread and trim waste.
STEP 7 : Catch in a Greenwell or Furnace hen hackle (The fibres should be just over the total lenth of the body).
STEP 8 : Perform 2-3 windings of the hackle, tie off, trim waste and build a neat head. Then varnish the head.
This is a fluo headed cruncher, very successful in either fluo orange or Fluo Chatreuse. (UTC Fl Chartreuse or UTC Fl Orange thread)