There's been a myriad of contributions from some very talented fly tiers and shutterbugs here on this board lately.
Keeping up with the spirit of intuitiveness, I have spent copious amounts of time, developing a new series of fly patterns you might find helpful. I've also taken into consideration a post that appeared last week about taken photos. Seems that the best way to portray a fly is in its real life natural environment -water.
Here is a pic of my new Fluorocarbon Herring Spread Fly photographed underwater.
Flourcarbon Herring Spread Fly
As you know flourcarbon is expensive. This fly shouldn't be used on angry bluefish.
Varivas 1/0 Hook, mono thread, tie in small amounts of #40 flourcarbon about 6 inches long. Add several strands of Mirage blue flashabou. Several strands of gray Polarflash. Top off with a small bunch of #20 flourcarbon, than some #10 flourcarbon to finish the profile.