Tie in a good base of black thread.
Tie in some medium clear liquid lace at the hook bend.
Colour the black thread with a black Pantone pen.
Wrap the medium clear liquid lace over the thread to form the body. Keep the liquid lace tight to start to keep the bottom thin.
Slowly ease off on the pressure to taper the body.
Tie in the golden yellow pheasant tail for the wingcase.
Tie in one white ostrich herl and wrap it twice to form the gills.
Tie in one peacock herl right behind the gills. Wrap 5-6 times to form the thorax.
Take the pheasant tail and pull it back over the gills and thorax to form the wingcase.
Whip finish behind the thorax and the fly is ready.
This is how the fly looks in the water!
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