hook - Mustad 79580 #6
thread - Danville Flymaster brown
body - yarn tan
rib - copper wire
wing - hen pheasant (located on side of the body under the wings)
throat - hackle red/yellow (Chinese streamer cape)

Found one of these while going through my streamer boxes; must have tied it up in the late 90's for some of the PA spring creeks I used to fish. Took a while to come up with the pattern but I finally found it in an old issue of the Mid Atlantic Flyfishing Guide; attributed to Ed Wentzler, only thing I changed was the throat - he used bucktail, I prefer hackle. The hen pheasant feathers simulate parr marks on juvie trout, which the adults seem to find tasty. A very simple tie, and a very effective fly.

Part 1

mash barb, attach thread at 75% mark, tie in rib and wrap back to point above barb

tie in yarn and wrap body

prepare 2 well-marked feathers per side; measure for length and strip fibers off one side (except for tail)

tie in wing at head

pull wing back along hook, spread fibers at tail

wrap wire, Matuka style, through wing to the front; helicopter wire and tie off