Having pretty much bought into the myth that Orkney trout won't look at anything other than peach, this one was designed for our Orkney trip in 2012. The peach-based flies worked just fine, but no better than standard drab traditional patterns. I guess as always, it's a case of picking your moments as far as colours go. My best resuts for the peach-based stuff seemed to come in good to bright light. Still, a useful fly, which has caught well back on the mainland, too.
Hook: Kamasan B175 or B170.
Tail: A few strands of peach straggle .
Rib: Glo-Brite No.8, doubled.
Body Mix: Peach seal's fur
Body Hackle: Brown olive hen.
Shoulder Hackle: As body hackle.
Thread: 'Burned Orange' UTC 70.