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The materials are as follows: Hook – size 16 – 12 any brand 4-6x long with as light of wire as possible (Yellow Sally) size 8 – 14 (Golden Stone) Thread - yellow and metallic orange Body – 1/8 inch natural latex tubing Wing – clear web wing material with black netting (see how to make at https://unsinkableflies.blogspot.com/2012/02/making-fly-wing-material-fly-tying.html) Antenna & Tail – brown monofilament Legs - brown rubber Collar - grizzly saddle Directions: Wrap the hook shank with yellow thread. Form the tails and antenna by tying in one section of 15# brown monofilament to one side of hook shank Repeat step two on the other side of the hook shank leaving the thread at the rear of the shank Slide the 1/8 inch latex over the mono antenna and hook shank Tie in the latex at the rear of the hook shank with the thread Work the thread approximately 1/3 up the shank and tie in the rear legs To the front of the rear legs use the orange metallic thread to form the egg sack (Optional Golden Stone) Tie in front legs to one side of the hook shank Tie in the other legs to the opposite side of the hook shank Tie in the wing just behind the hook eye Tie in the saddle feather Wrap the saddle feather 3 to 5 times and tie off Side view finished fly – Note you may need to trim the legs, antenna, and tails Top view finished fly