Take a bunch of white marabou and pinch away any excess fluff using your thumb nail and fourth finger from the end that will be attached to the hookshank. Now tie in the marabou with the thread. Try and keep the body as uniform and thin as possible.
There's a slight twist to the tail for this pattern. The tail is made up of three sections of marabou. The lower section that has just been attached (above), the middle section which contains a fluorescent bead and an upper section. To create the middle marabou section, take a small bunch of marabou and strip away any excess fluff again. Now wet the ends that will be secured to the hookshank. Place a fluorescent bead onto a bobbin threader and then place the wet ends of the marabou through the bobbin threader. Now push the bead forward onto the marabou so that you have something similar to that in the picture above. Take a wooden cocktail stick or something similar and apply a little superglue gel to the end of the cocktail stick and then apply superglue (Sparingly) to each side of the bead on the marabou tail. (The bead will eventually wear off but I find the added attraction on this pattern is well worth the effort fitting the bead).
Take a length of Peacock/Orange tinsel (This tinsel is orange one side and peacock the other, we are going to use the peacock side) and catch in along with the wire, making sure that the peacock colour is facing outward.
Wind the hackle down in open turns (palmered). Now for the tricky bit. Once at the end of the hookshank, hold the hackle end with your left hand using finger and thumb or hackle pliers and start winding the wire back up the hookshank to secure the hackle. Make sure that you rock the wire back and forth as you wind, this will hopefully prevent too many hackle fibres from being trapped. Once at the eye, secure the wire with thread. Don't cut the waste wire, bend it back and forth until it breaks, this will save the edges of your scissors.