Catch in a bunch of pheasant tail fibres, secure with thread to a position opposite the barb and then run the thread back up to the bead. (If you require a rib, this is the time to catch one in to the underside of the hookshank and continue it down to a position opposite the barb, then return the thread to the bead).
Wind the pheasant tail fibres up the hookshank and secure at the bead. Trim waste. (For the rib, wind the wire up the hookshank in open turns in the opposite direction that the pheasant tail fibres were wound, secure with thread and trim waste wire by rocking from side to side)
Catch in a red game hackle where the cree hackles were tied in and position the thread at the bead. Build the thread up behind the bead to secure the bead in position. Wind the hackle fowards making sure each turn of the hackle is in front of the previous.