Thought I'd share this little fly with all of you, it has been one of the best producing flies I've tied for cutt's ever! The prototype started out a little shorter for streams and quickly out fished my old favorite, the Spruce fly and may others I would usually use. I was sure it would be great in the salt but it has been unbelievable and has been my best rezzie fly as well. I wanted a fly that was simple, easy to tie and had a lot of movement but still had the impression of something familiar and alive. I'm tying it in the original salmon pink marabou, but have had success with it in flesh pink(off white) and dark olive with and without beads. With the extended tail you have to check it every few casts for rapping around the hook, I tried adding stiffer material to it but it lost the movement I wanted. It's nothing too original but has become my go to saltwater fly. Hope you like it, it really does works! Hook: Any short shank saltwater, size 6 or 8 thread: Pink 6/0 uni thread. tail: Salmon pink marabou with sparse pink lite brite ( little longer then a bugger tail) eye's: GP tippets on pink and olive, lady amherst on flesh pink. body: New Age chenille "shell shock pink" or similar or light pink or white. collar: Shrimp pink saddle hackle (use the softer base feathers) or schlappen tips.