I promised to post some pics of the Olive Willy - here they are. The Olive Willy is a pattern created by William Servey years ago. There's two patterns in the 'series' - the Olive Willy and Drunk Dragon. The OW has two styles - I've attached photos of both. The difference is the wing of red rabbit at the collar. The fly in the pic with the rabbit is tied by William. The other was tied by my son Jake. Taxon and Kent wrote up the recipe and instructions so well, that I've just included their notes: Materials: Hook: Tiemco 5263BL #12 Bead: Translucent red Thread: Black Tail: Fl. Olive Pheasant rump feather (William uses Fl. Yellow) Body: Dark olive chenille Hackle: Fl. Olive Pheasant rump feather ((William uses Fl. Yellow) Tying steps: 1) Debarb hook 2) Slide bead to eye 3) Attach tying tread and wrap to bend 4) Cut a pinch of the webby hackle at base of feather and tie in as tail (The tail is not marabou but the aftershaft feathers from the rump) 5) Attach chenille and wrap to slightly behind eye, leaving room for hackle 6) Attach hackle by tip, fold barbules back, and take two wraps while stroking barbules rearward. 8.)optional - Wrap in the rabbit wing 7) Tie off, whip finish, and apply head cement (behind bead) You can find another OW picture here (and a ton of entomology info) There's a pic of a Drunk Dragon in flybill's gallery.