- Hook: #16 Dry fly or similar hook made from fine wire
- Thread: Orange
- Tag: Glo-brite #5 and narrow flat tinsel
- Rib: Fine gold wire
- Body: Thinly wound peacock herl
- Hackle: Palmered blue dun
- Catch in tying thread and run it down the shank of the hook with touching turns.
- Take the thread back up the hook shank with open turns and tie in about 2 ins of the flat silver tinsel, taking the thread back down to the bend of the hook. Make a tag and secure the free end of the tinsel to the shank by running the thread back up the shank, using loose turns.
- Tie in the glo-brite floss and again run the thread down the shank, make a second tag with the floss and tie it in back up the hook shank.
- Tie in the gold wire in front of the tags to make a rib.
- Make a body by tying in the peacock herl in front of the tag, running the thread up the hook shank and then winding in the herl in touching turns up to 1-2mm back from the eye of the hook.
- Tie in the hackle feather and palmer it down the hook shank. Secure the hackle by winding in the rib back up the hook.
- Secure the rib and whip finish.
Originally a Debyshire pattern created by Roger Wooley. A very effective grayling fly fished wet or dry.