Uses for pheasant rump patch in Featured Topic Archive Posted October 29, 2021 · Report reply 1 hour ago, WWKimba said: The Mrs. Simpson was developed on the North island of New Zealand and was part of a "series"/style of tying called the Killer style of fly. It was so enticing to the fish that it was named the Mrs. Simpson - for Wallis Simpson, the twice divorced woman that caused King Edward VIII to abdicate his throne because of his love for her. If you like the Killer style check this site out - Feathered Lures (fishingmag.co.nz). We call feathered lures streamers. If you look near the upper right hand side you can click on dries, nymphs, and wet flies for those patterns as well - many are effective patterns for US waters as well. Hope this helps. Kim BTW, here's a very nice tying video for the Mrs. Simpson (and basically all Killer-style flies) - The Mrs Simpson, An Adventures In Fly Tying Video From Fly Fish Ohio Thank you very much @WWKimba for the explanation and links. I will 100% give it a go and give it a throw when I am next out in the water.