Put bead and thread onto hook.
Tie in about 6 pheasant tail tips for the tail.
Tie in a piece of fine gold wire for ribbing later.
Tie in about 8 segments of pheasant tail, by the tips, which will be used for the body.
Wrap the pheasant tail forward to form a thin, tapered body.
Make 4 to 5 ribs, over the body, with the fine gold wire.
Tie in one peacock herl and wrap forward to form the thorax.
Tie in about 5 mallard tips to form a small wing on the fly.
Whip finish and the fly is ready for use.
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