My latest pass at an intruder style fly. On a 50mm Waddington, floss body. My favorite steelie colors. Little more information.. -Hook attached with 30# Dacron and Fl. Orange thread. -Rear dubbing ball is an orange sparkle dubbing (I don't recall which brand, my dubbing are in -unlabled boxes). -Rear hackle is burned goose, dyed orange. -Body is black 4 strand floss, with flat gold tinsel rib -Under wing is black buck tail, tied one clump on top and one on the bottom (not spun) -Next layer is peacock herl, tied in as pairs. Every 45 degrees (side, top, other side, bottom). Two layers -Next layer is a pair of black spey hackles (whiting). Tie in one, wrap/palmer, then tie in second and repeat. -Last part fo the collar is a "bird fur" hackle (sub good marabou would be OK). -Two nasty long grizzly hackles tied in over each dumbbell eye (big gap between the hackles when looking down on the fly. -Same orange sparkly dubbing for covering the dumbbell eyes. Yesterday I was able to cast this with a 10' 8wt Ion, using a 5wt. Short Scandi line (320gr). But poorly. I got it to lay out straight one of 5 casts. Seems about right for an intruder. Should be great on the 2 hander with a Skagit. I think if the head were 380-400, it would have tossed the fly fine. 320 (with a long stiff stick) was just on the edge.