Slide a glass bead to the eye of the hook and tie on thread.
Stack some fine deer hair, measure so that the hair is about 1/8" longer than the hook.
Tie the deer hair in behind the glass bead.
Move thread to the back of the hook and tie in some small copper wire.
Dub in some olive dubbing for the body.
Wrap about 1/2 way up the hook.
Dub in a small patch, about 1/8" wide, of hot orange dubbing for the eggsac.
Finish dubbing on the rest of the body, with olive dubbing, up to the bead.
Pull the deer hair over the hook to form the back.
Take the copper wire and take a wrap around the back of the hook and deer hair to form the tail.
Take 5 to 6 more turns up the hook with the copper wire making sure the deer hair stays onto of the hook to form the back.
Whip finish and pick out the body dubbing to form legs on the fly.
The fly is now ready for the spring and fall shrimp fishing.
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