Tie in a long piece (3X hook length) of Mallard Flank for the tail.
Tie in some Frostbite Floss and wrap forward to form the body.
Dub in a small, bright green thorax onto the fly.
Tie in a partridge feather near the eyelet.
Wrap feather about 2 to 3 times to form the fly hackle.
Pull hackle back and, using your thread, form a full, tapered orange head on the fly.
Whip finish, head cement and the fly is ready for your local streams.
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