This is a gently hued fly that just fishes and fishes. I think that the effectiveness of these flies is their subtlety. The Whiting Coq De Leon is a feather that I only discovered in the last few years, and I really like it as a substitute for black hackles. This Spey Iron Steelhead fly offers a pinch of blue, subtle purple body, and mottled flowing hackle topped by a translucent white wing. I like to build this winning combination over either a nickel or bronze Heavy Spey Iron Hook.