Step 4: Tie in the pearlesent Krystal Flash so that it flows backward straight with the hook shank, forming the middle of the fly body.
Step 5: Tie in the G-String Eye using the techniques described above.
Step 6: Rotate the hook in the vise so that it sits as you would tie any other fly, hook point (and G-String Eye) downward.
Step 7: Tie in the chartreuse Krystal Flash so that it flows backward on top of the pearl Krystal Flash, forming the top of the fly body.
Step 8: Prepare a grizzly-dyed pale yellow feather to the length of the rest of the material and tie it in just forward of the G-String Eye.
Step 9: Tie in 3 strands of peacock to form the back of the fly, ensuring they are to the length of the rest of the material. Build up a nicely shaped head to your liking and whip finish off. Apply plenty of thread cement or clear head gloss to secure the materials and thread wraps.
Step 10: Using Soft-Tex or any other pliable fixative, work some into the last 1.5 centimeters of all the tail material. Use a bodkin to work it in thorougly. Wet your fingers and work the material in by pinching it somewhat flat to form the "tail" of the fish. Let it dry and trim to a 45-degree angle to give the tail a nice finished look.
Notes On Using Polar Bear
It isn't readily available nor is it legal in some areas. Not to fear...kid goat is a near perfect substitute. Polar bear has a natural translucency that lends itself well to streamer-style flies. Kid goat hair has this same tendency. And, if you can't get kid goat hair, just use plain old calf tail or buck tail. The fish won't know the difference.