|Body:||Yellow and Black Floss|
|Hackle:||Leg Hair From Whitetail Deer|
Notes on tying:
1. Stack deer hair (it should be short and slightly stiff) and tie it in with fine points forward (1/4 shank of length). Trim off the butt ends and wrap down the cut ends.
2. Attach 4 strands of black floss and 4 strand of yellow floss at bend of hook (each about 6 inches long).
3. Wrap yellow floss up to eye and back down to bend in the hook.
4. Wrap the black floss around the yellow floss 3 turns each time you wrap the yellow floss over the back of the hook. Weave the floss up the body of the fly to the deer hair. This will give you black on the back of the fly and the yellow on the bottom.
5. Push deer hair back over body.
6. Tie off with neat head.
This is a fly originated by Bob "Judge" O'Bryon, a club charter member, for use on trout in the North Bear and Waterloo Creeks in Iowa.
Dean Elder 201 Columbus Dr. Marshalltown, IA 50158