Use a Mustad 34007 ss 1/0 hook and black thread.
Wrap a small bed of thread on the rear of the hook
Following each step soak the fresh wrap with a drop of Sally Hanson Hard as Nails
Tie in a small amount of bucktail on the top of the hook
Tie in two lengths of purple Flashabou (or any other color you might want)
Choose two matching neck feathers and tie them in tent style - the bottom one curving up and the top one curving down.
These will give the fly some action in the water
Tie in another bit of bucktail. This time instead of being on top of the hook, spin it all the way around. Wrap it in and run the thread up to the eye of the hook.
Cut a 3/4 inch length of black mylar tubing and tie it on as shown in the picture. Run the thread back to about the point of the hook, you'll be wrapping over some of the bucktail and feather so be careful you don't pull any of the materials out of position. Soak it well with Sally Hansons.
Roll the tubing inside out over the hook shank. A tube, the kind you use to pack hair, works well.
Tie the tubing off, trim any excess, cover the trimmed ends with a few wraps and tie off with a few half hitches.
Add a pair of stick on eyes, put it in the spinner and coat the head with 5 minute epoxy. I've had good results with Z-poxy
The finished fly.
Is it any good? I'm a total hack so I have no idea