Sorry guys there's just no other way to simplify this! This fly looks rather time consuming from this tut but I assure you once you've got the hang of it it's a 7min tie, maybe shorter if the materials are prepped.
I have no idea on the creator of this fly, all I know is it is impossible to find in fly shops out east! Hope you all enjoy.
TMC 100 14, 16, 18, 20
.15 or .20 Lead Free Wire
Hard As Nails (Nail Polish)
Black Thread 6/0
5X Monofiliament (Tippet)
Lemon Wood Duck Flank
Rust Colored Superfine Dubbing
Razor Foam Yellow
Black Turkey Biots (2)
Died Cream Partridge Feather
Start off by wrapping 6 to 7 wraps of lead on the hook. Leave enough room to allow room to tie in a few materials and a whip finish upon completion of the fly..around 1/16"
Start your thread, then tie in your mono, and wrap down to the hook bend.
Now prep your lemon wood duck so that all the tips are just about even, the length of the tail should be just shy of the length of the body of the fly. Tie in the feather, make sure to pull the mono off to the opposite side of the fly so that it doesn't later interfere with the tail while ribbing the fly.
Use the rest of the feather to help build the abdomen of the fly and cut the feather just shy of the lead.
Dub time! Dub up, building the abdomen of the fly and finish dubbing on top of your lead, you don't have to cover the lead with dubbing just yet, we will dub again in a minute. After dubbing whip finish.
Now wind the mono upshank and tie off (whip finish).
Now it's time for the turkey biots. Start by leaving your thread hanging and slip one biot inbetween the thread and the dubbing of the fly. Position the first so that it lies just left of the hook eye then lay in the second biot so that it sits just right of the hook eye, should look something like this.
Use your Dr. Slicks to push the biots where you want them.
Cut out a small strip of yellow razor foam, tie it in directly on top of the biots and get ready for more dubbing.
Dub almost up to the hook eye and now it's time to prep the partridge feather.
Start by grabbing a shoulder feather from the skin, a full spoon shaped feather. Strip back some of the fibers from the quill. Should look like this.
Take your Dr. Slicks and barely open them, find the vein of the feather and press down on your fingertip and snip. This will make a V.
Wet the feather and then lay it ontop of the hook where you finished dubbing, using the "V" of the feather to split the hook. Take your thumb and pointer finger to secure the feather on both sides of the hook shank, and then cinch the fibers down with a few wraps of thread.
Now it's time to fold the foam strip over giving it a good stretch and tying it off at the hook eye.
Now fold the turkey biots over to form the splitting wing case, do the same with the second. These biots should lie to the left and right of the hook eye.
Cut off the excess and whip finish the head.
I seriously hope this tut made a little sense.