Glad to see you guys are continuing to tie fantastic flies. I haven't offered anything lately because I'm tying the same old patterns that I use for trout and bass. Not much new from me that convinces a fish to try and eat it.
A basic Fore-and-Aft with a wing; tied here as a Yellow Sally, added an egg sac. Here’s the video if you’re interested
hook - WFC Model 3 #14 (short shank makes it a wide-gap #16)
thread - Danville 6/0 pale yellow
egg sac - Danville 6/0 fire orange
rear hackle - grizzly (undersize by 2)
body - dubbing pale yellow
wing - deer hair bleached
front hackle - ginger
Other than the red head, this compara-dun pattern is our go-to dry fly for fishing the March Brown hatch in Oregon. For whatever reason it seems to work better to imitate the MB duns than much else. Tied with a green body, it also works quite well to imitate the Green Drake duns at the Metolius.