This pattern is the basic template from the classic BC pattern the General Money #1 named for General Noel Money, referred to as 'the father of British Columbia steelhead fishing' in Lingren's book Fly Patterns of British Columbia. The original calls for a silver oval tinsel rear body followed by black polar bear underfur or wool. The throat was burgundy hackle and the wing called for orange swan. I basically used the above color template but revised for my style of construction and preferred materials. Also, since Lingren noted General Money was very fond burgundy, I added a bit more to the fly that the original pattern called for by including it in the body and the inner hackle tips of the wing. This fly was tied for xgolfman to help in his pursuit of steelhead on a dryline swing. I just call it the "GM1 Deep". The second photo shows the detail of the body including the wire wrap and seal/UV Minnow Belly rope.