Tie in 2 olive goose biots for the tail and make sure they are separated.
With the thread at the back of the hook, wrap in some lead wire so the front 2/3’s of the hook is covered.
Tie in 4 peacock herls and wrap forward, halfway up the hook, to form the body.
Tie in a thick piece of green pheasant tail. This will be used for the wingcase later.
Tie in a soft green saddle hackle, by the tip. This will be used for the legs later.
Tie in 4 more peacock herls and wrap forward to form the thorax.
Take the hackle you tied in earlier and wrap over the thorax about 5 to 6 times to form the legs.
Cut all the top hackle fibers off the top of the hook.
Take the green pheasant tail you tied in earlier and pull it over the thorax, to form the wingcase.
Whip finish, head cement and the fly is ready for the water.
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