|Hook:||(T) 200 + Weight|
|Thread:||Black Micro-Fil 8/0 Brown|
|Tail:||Brown Goose Biot|
|Rib:||Fine Gold Oval Tinsel|
|Wing:||2 White Goose Biots|
|Hackle:||Soft Brown Hen|
Notes on tying:
1. Start with 10 wraps of 0.020 lead wire.
2. For Tail cut 2 brown goose biots and tie them convex to convex side (back to back).
3. Tie in 3 or 4 strands of peacock herl twisted as a rope and wind to front of hook.
4. Rib fly with about 5 turns of tinsel and tie off.
5. Tie in and wrap as a collar (3 or 4 turns of soft brown hen hackle).
6. Tie this back and down with your thread and form a beard hackle.
7. Cut 2 white goose biots and set on top forming a "V" and tie in.
8. Build a head and finish off.
This pattern was first tied by Doug Prince and originally called the "Brown Fork Tail". It is fished dead drift for trout.
Vernon D. Lunde 311 Nesheim Trail Bx 14 Mt Horeb, WI 53572