This week's fly tying video is a hair wing Atlantic salmon fly that was invented by Doug Hastings of Sydney, Nova Scotia. From all accounts it has been a serious producer of the "King of Fish" for some twenty years or so. As usual, Tim Flagler did a great job producing the video and capturing the essence of the fly and the elements that make it so aesthetically appealing to both the angler and apparently the salmon. I used black goat hair for the wing, but I have seen this pattern tied with black bear hair and also moose hair, which I understand is how the original "Murray" was tied.
Sometimes the same thing is a good thing.
Sharpen your hooks.