Tie in a small clump of Olive Marabou for the tail.
Tie in some Copper Wire, which will be used for ribbing later.
Tie in a black hackle by the tip.
Dub or tie in some more Olive Marabou and wrap forward to form the body.
Rib fly with about 6 turns of copper wire and then wrap hackle forward to hackle the body.
Tie in another clump of Olive Marabou and form a wing that is slightly longer than the body.
Whip finish and the fly is ready for those warm June days when the Damsel Nymphs are migrating to hatch.
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