|Hook:||(M) 9174 or (T) 105|
Notes on tying:
1. Wrap thread to cover hook shank.
2. Tie 2 to 3 strands of Glo-Bug yarn to the top of hook.
3. Tie it down hard in the center.
4. Make several wraps in front and back of the yarn.
5. Wrap to the front of hook and whip finish.
6. Pull the Yarn straight up and clip it in an arc.
7. Yarn will flare into an egg shape.
This pattern was described in an article on "Bugs for Steelhead" by Andrew Gennaro pgs 50-54 in Fly Fisherman Dec. 1988. It can be fished near the bottom by letting it float dead drift in the current. Fish it alone or as a dropper fly.
Mark Andrack 1105 12th St. Coralville, IA 52241