|Tail:||Brown Neck Hackle|
|Body:||Seal Brown/Coachman Brown Rabbit|
|Rib:||Fine Copper Wire|
|Wing:||Rolled Wood Duck|
|Hackle:||Brown or Light Brown Furnace|
Notes on tying:
1. Tie in the tail.
2. Dub the body. The brown dubbing should match the hackle color.
3. Rib with the copper wire.
4. Add the wing, upright and divided. The wings should have a large amount of yellow coloration (avoid bland or light colored wood duck).
5. Tie in the hackle feather.
6. Finish the head.
This is a pattern developed by Mike Hogue. It is a modification of a brown mayfly pattern that makes a good imitation of a march brown and a cinnamon caddis. It is used on trout and panfish. Use a slow retrieve with stripping action of 1 to 2 inches of line at a time.
Mike Hogue 2925 Grand Ave #18. Des Moines, IA