Tie some olive marabou in for the tail. It should be the length of the hook.
Tie in some medium copper wire, which will be used to rib the fly later.
Dub some marabou onto the thread.
Wrap dubbing forward to form the body. Leave some room at the eyelet for the foam eyes.
Wrap the wire forward to form 4 to 5 ribs on the fly.
Wrap foam balls in nylon mesh and then tie into hook near eyelet.
Figure 8 thread around eyes until they are sitting evenly on both sides of the hook.
Dub more marabou onto the thread near the eyelet.
Wrap the marabou around and in-between eyes to finish off the head.
This fly is an EXCEPTIONAL pattern when fished with a full sink line on shallow marl flats.
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