|Body:||Deer Hair Spun|
|Antennae:||Stripped Hackle Stems|
Notes on tying:
1. Begin by spinning deer hair on hook.
2. Add more clumps of deer hair to fill the hook.
3. Trim body with a razor blade.
4. Add brown hackle.
5. Add stripped hackle stems for the antennae.
6. Finish the head.
This pattern was originated by John Goddard and Cliff Henry and is sometimes called the G & H Sedge. It is retrieved by either a dead drift or by twitching it back. This pattern has been very effective for trout and bluegills.
Mike Jacobs 104 W. Burroughs Monticello, IA