I was playing around with different materials tonight. These are not very pretty yet (I'll work on pretty if they work) but they sure do look like something a bluegill would eat.
edit - Sorry, it was late when I posted. The materials are as follows:
Twist of lead wire to the underside of the hook shank (hopefully to balance it out under water, you could use lead free if you wish I'm sure.)
Hackle (I tried hen on some and rooster on others, I like the soft hen hackle look better, not sure if the fish will care one way or the other, I'll have to let them decide)
Rubber "leg" off of a Kush Ball.
On some, I palmered the hackle from hook eye back to the bend and then tied the leg over the hackle (I kind of like the way those look better) and on some I tied the leg on the hook and palmered the hackle over it from bend to eye. I think the first method looks more like something with a lot of legs.
My segments are kind of sloppy but that was more a factor of tying late at night when I was tired. They should be more even.
If these work, they're VERY easy to tie. and those Kush Ball things are cheap and have hundreds of fly bodies per ball.
For lack of a better name, I'm calling them hairy weenies. Mainly because I had just tied a bunch of green weenies and these are kind of the same idea.
Introducing the hairy weenie.