Not trying to give him a hard time Jim. Just posting what I saw wrong on this fly most of the flies he does look pretty good. Just on this one the rabbit strip should be put on the side away from the eyes so the movement of the fur will be seen by the fish better.
So far I've been testing all my flies in a bucket of water to get a feel for the materials and fly design in general. This one wiggles like crazy no matter what way it's seen - top, bottom, etc, the think just likes to swim. It sill be 'jigged' along the bottom stirring up mud and will look like a sculpin or other bait fish rooting around. I do appreciate any feedback you have though - as is why I'm putting these on here.
I am glad no one saw my first flies. One of the best books that really takes the tier through much of the mystery is from Dave Hughes entitled Trout Flies the Tier's Reference. I found it in my King Co. Library. Dave also gives many examples of how to fish the pattern. He is a Northwest guy from Oregon.