Tied by William Lovelace
Hook: 4 to 8, 2XS-1XL
Tail: Short Bunch of Red Hackle Fibers
Ribbing: Wide to Medium Oval Silver Tinsel
Body: Rear Third, Medium Yellow Wool; Front Two Thirds Black Yarn or Chenille
Throat: Black, Long and Soft
Wing: Black Bucktail
This traditional steelheadfly was tied by Contributing Fly Tyer William Lovelace. It was originated way back in the late 1800s as a steelhead fly for the North Umpqua and is still a popular pattern today.
You can see many more flies tied by Bill on his page on this site - William Lovelace Flies.