The pattern, which I found on both http://www.salmon-ireland.com/ and http://www.salmonfishingforum.com/:
Hook: Salmon hook, single or double, du jour
Tag: Oval gold tinsel to suit hook size
Tail: Bottom layer: Orange Arctic Runner about hook length with two strands orange flash
Middle layer: Yellow Arctic Runner twice as long as bottom and top layers with a few
strands of gold flash (I used Yellow Polar Bear)
Top layer: Orange Arctic Runner equal to bottom layer
Rear Body: Gold Lite Brite
Front Body: Black Seal fur (I used black uni-stretch)
Rib: Oval gold tinsel to suit hook size, across both rear and front bodies. Original recipe appears
to call for pearl tinsel.
Wing: Black fox (I used goat) with gold flash over
Hackle: Yellow wound on first; tie on Jungle Cock eyes, wind on Silver Badger dyed orange.
Notes: I've never used Arctic Runner before; pricey stuff, that! It has some of the same transluscence as Polar Bear, really lovely stuff. Also never used Lite Brite dubbing before. It doesn't look like its going to cooperate at all, but in fact twists onto the thread very easily and nicely.
I'm looking forward to swinging this shrimp and reporting back after the trip!