1. Place beads on hook sliding beads as far forward as you can.
2. Tie in ribbing (wire); start building a snug base using
thread, tying off then moving beads back. Repeating until
all beads have a snug base to sit on.
3. Tie thread in forward of beads locking them in place.
4. Wrap ribbing back toward the hook bend, about 1/8
to 1/4 inch, then forward forming the butt. This lock
the beads in place. Leave ribbing hanging to be used
to hold wing in place.
5. Tie in the 4 wing hackles with the chartreuse on
the outside and the emerald green grizzly hackle on
6. Wrap the ribbing forward, holding the wing down,
in the Matuka style. Space the wraps a bead width apart,
between each bead.
7. Tie in the collar hackles with the emerald green
hackle behind the chartreuse hackle, wrapped as a pair.
8. Form head and tie off.
~ Ray Bradley (GrayGhost)