|Name ||Green Head |
|Hook ||Size 4, 6, 8 |
|Category ||Pacific Salmon |
|Tip ||Fluorescent Green Thread|
|Tail ||Black Bucktail, Kip or Squirrel Tied Comet-Style|
|Body ||Fluorescent Red-Orange Chenille or Floss, Ribbed With Oval Gold Tinsel|
|Hackle ||Bright Orange|
|Head ||Fluorescent Green Chenille with Gold Bead Chain Eyes Tied on Ahead|
|Thread ||Fluorescent Green |
The pattern for this fly, came from the fine book by Bruce Ferguson, Les Johnson, and Pat Trotter, Fly Fishing For Pacific Salmon.
They write that this fly was created by Californian Rex Collingsworth about 1980 as a green variation of the Egg Head.