Tie in a tail about 1/2" long.
Tie in the wing by pulling the barbs, on the feather, down and tie in by the base and barb tips.
Make a wing by splitting the feather in half by pulling the feather tip into two halves.
Trim off excess feather from wing tips.
Tie around front and back of wings to form two upright and divided wings.
Wind thread to back of hook and tie in the ribbing.
Dub a tapered body onto the hook to form a tapered body.
Rib fly with 4 to 5 yellow ribs.
Tie in a hackle, behind the wing, and wrap forward to form a nice, full hackle on the fly.
Whip finish and the fly is ready.
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