Take some red game cock hackle fibres, catch in and secure to the hook shank. Try and keep the body as uniform as possible. Don't run the tied in hackle fibres too near the eye, this is where the wings will be tied in and we don't want too much bulk. Trim the waste ends of the hackle fibres.
Run the thread back up towards the eye and catch in a length of holographic gold tinsel. Run the thread down to the end of the hookshank, securing the tinsel on the way. Return the thread to the eye. Some fly tyers at this stage coat the thread with varnish and leave it to become tacky before winding the tinsel back up the hookshank to give the fly more strength. I just prefer the fly without this process.
When you reach the lower end of the hookshank ie. Where the tinsel is tied in. Take hold of the cock hackle with your left hand using finger and thumb or hackle pliers and hold the oval tinsel with your right hand. Keep the hackle taught horizontally and wind a rib with the tinsel back up the hookshank trapping the palmered hackle in as you go. It helps if you move the tinsel from side to side as you wind on the rib, this prevents having as many hackle fibres trapped under the winding. If you still find that too many hackle fibres are trapped , just use a dubbing needle to pick the trapped fibres out.