Here's a little SBS I cooked up of a pattern I saw a few years ago. Unfortunately, I don't remember exactly how the original guy tied it so you're stuck with my way.
Hooks: Gamakatsu SC15-2H or similar
Thread: Danville 210 - Hot Orange or Red
Layers (in order): Bucktail, SF Flash Blend - Yellow, SF Flash Blend - Chartreuse, Wing & Flash - Kelly Green, Marabou - Orange
Eyes: Any 3d eyes will work
Head: UV Epoxy
You'll notice I didn't use the recommended hook for this fly. It's because I ran out and haven't reordered any hooks lately. I was bored, suffering extreme bouts of cabin fever, and this was a good way to kill time.
Step 1: Start Thread
Step 2: Lay down small clump of orange bucktail. Tie the bucktail down so that it is all on the top of the hook shank. To achieve this, start with two loose wraps, and work your way forward, tightening down as you go.
Step 3: Take a medium sized clump of yellow SF Flash Blend. Tie it down so that one end of the fibers sticks out slightly longer than the bucktail.
Step 4: Fold over the other half of the yellow flash blend and build a small dam of thread up in front of the fibers. Note: Do not tie over the fibers, building a small taper in front of the fibers will ensure than the fibers stay flared up, allowing the fibers to move better in the water.
Hold up sportsfans, gotta grab the copic airbrush.
Now it's yellow
Step 5: Grab the a slightly smaller clump of chartreuse SF Flash Blend. Cut the Clump in half once.
Now take one of the half clumps, and cut it in half again.
We're going to reverse, or hollow tie these fibers. Take the two short clumps of fibers and tie them in on each side of the hook shank so that the fibers are facing forward. After that is done, tie the longer clump onto the top of the hook shank, also with the fibers facing the front of the hook.
Step 6: Find a pen or use your fingers to push the fibers back over the side and top of the hook shank. You want the majority of the fibers to be pushed over the top of the yellow flash blend. Build a thread dam in front of these fibers just as you did with the yellow flash blend.
Step 7. Grab a small clump of kelly green Wing and Flash to tie on top of the chartreuse. Tie the Wing and Flash over the top of the chartreuse Flash Blend. This time, tie back over the fibers with two or three thread wraps, to insure that the wing and flash doesn't move around the SF flash blend.
Step 9: Tie in clump of marabou on the bottom half of the hook shank. This merely adds a little extra movement.
Step 10: Whip finish fly
Step 11: Add 3d eyes to the fly
Step 12: Add Clear Cure Goo epoxy or something similar to the head of the fly. then blast it with the UV light.