This is the Red Hackle from Favorite Flies and Their Histories by Mary Orvis Marbury, 1892

   

Choose a dry fly hook of desired size: there is no specific recipe in Marbury’s book
Lay down a base of red thread (because the head will be red)

Tie in the black floss for the rib

Tie in a strand of red wool yarn (or dubb a red wool body); touching wrap the body back to at least an eye length behind the eye; tie off and clip

   

Spiral wrap the back floss to create the rib; tie off and clip

Tie in a brown dry fly hackle; wrap four or five times; tie off and clip

   

Wrap a thread head; whip finish; head cement