Having just finished tying up 4 dozen San Juan Worms, armored car version, I was left with a few tag ends of ultra chenille. Not wanting to waste the trim, I took upon the inspiration of David Hise's wicked Medusa pattern, and ventured out on my own. While not utilizing silicone strips or vinyl ribbing as on the original, I opted for the roughfisher version of adding steel. Well, copper to be precise.
I don't have any red or pink silicone strips, though it may be worth acquiring some to play with. I think David has hit upon a killer idea. There's no mistake why Orvis added this pattern to its fly selection. I think I need to tweak with my variation a little bit before signing off on it, but it's a start.
Looks like a field trial is in order.