Tie a bucktail bundle, evenly as shown in the picture.
Tie 2 hackle feathers or white saddle, then 2 grizzly feathers over them. Tie them at the sides (not on top like on Deceivers). They should remain at the sides and vertical.
Use the pearled uv dubbing to make the body, dub it twice.
Tie a white bucktail bundle shaping the belly, then pink and green ones to shape the wing. The green bundle is better if darker, to resemble small rainbows’ back.
Add 6 to 8 peacock strands over the green bundle. The ones from the eye are better.
Tie an olive grizzly feather at each side. Right below the green part of the wing, without covering the pink stripe. The olive feathers must be flat over the wing so the barred section can be perfectly seen.
Add a strip of red flashabou and the jungle cock over it (if you have any).
Make a conic head and lacquer it. I use epoxy or one of the uv variants. Wet the fly with hot water and let it dry for a day, so it lasts longer. You can see a wet one and the finished dry one in the picture.