Hook : Dry fly #10-#16 Abdomen : Rear 1/3 of hook - Peacock herl Middle 1/3 of hook - Red floss Wing : Light elk hair Thorax : Front 1/3 of hook - Peacock herl Hackle : Dark brown, palmered through the thorax Wright’s Royal While he was owner of The Complete Fly Fisher shop in Wise River Montana, Phil Wright developed this attractor for fishing the Big Hole River. It could represent a flying ant, caddis, or many other bugs floating on the surface. When tying this fly, don't make the wing too full and be sure to bind it tightly to the hook to prevent the thorax from becoming too bulky. Palmer the hackle so that the peacock herl shows through. I prefer this fly to the Royal Wulff.