|Tail:||Dun hackle fibers, split|
|Body:||Fine Natural Dubbing|
|Wing:||Duck Quill Segments|
Notes on tying:
1. Trim out left and right duck quill segments for wings.
2. Position wings with the tips forward over the top of the hook. Make a loose wrap around the hook, then cinch it tight.
3. Pull the wings back and then wrap thread around the wings to position them in a upright and divided position.
4. Tie in hackle fibers for the tail.
5. Dub the body with pale yellow fur or poly.
6. Whip finish.
This fly was introduced by Carl Richards and Doug Swisher in their book, "Selective Trout". This is a very good mayfly pattern for trout. It works exceptionally well on flat water.
Art Openshaw P.O. Box 13 Mineral Point, WI 53565