Are you using chenille & Squirrel tail? I found a video online and that's what was used, but I wanted to ask you to make sure. if not, could you give recipe.
No Problem.. Also know this pattern can be done with a tail of squirrel also.
I used mostly #10, but pattern calls for the #10 or #8 bent hook and the brand I used was Daiichi 1270.
Wrap thread from near eye to the bend and back a little. Then wrap about 1/4" of lead wire in size .015 and about mid shank.
Wrap thread back to past lead wire and back again after lead is secure. The tie in some #2 Black Nylon chenille at the read and wrap forward to past the lead, trap good ad then bring the thread using large wraps back to near middle of the chenille and make a couple wraps.
Take 4 strands of skirt material about double the hook length and tie in 2 on each side and then once secure wrap forward to end of chenille.
Cut about a pencil lead size bit of squirrel tail and cut to length so when tied in it will extend to about the end of the hook.
Tie off and Head Cement.
Note I also put a tiny drop of cement on the thread under side where the skirt is wrapped.
Here is a link to where I learned it.http://www.flyanglersonline.com/features/panfish/part258.php