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Hook: Dai-Rikki #135 Size 14
Thread: Black UTC 70 Denier
Abdomen: One strand of Small Red Ultrawire and one strand of Brassy Black Ultrawire. (I think using different diameters of wire adds to the segmenting effect.)
Wingcase: Pheasant Tail Fibers treated with UV Knot Sense.
Thorax: Peacock Herl and White Ostrich Herl.
Gills: White Antron Yarn
Tying Instructions: To form the abdomen, twist 3-4 strands of peacock herl and 1 strand of white ostrich herl into a "rope". Wrap the rope around the hook, while maintaining the twist, and tie off behind the bead. Presentation Tips: Slow hand-twitch or under an indicator.
GC3761 - Wet Fly & Nymph, 1XL, 2X Heavy, Sprout bend, Bronze top notch hooks I'm very pleased with these hooks and will be certainly be purchasing more! These hooks are of excellent quality and a tremendous value compared to name brand hooks selling for 3x as much. I crank out a lot of flies over the long Alaska winters and look forward to putting these to the test this spri... read more
5” Tungsten Tension Scissors Great pair of scissors I have needed scissors of this type for a very long time but because of the prices of name brands I have held back waiting for something a little less pricy. These are high quality and very sharp. To say that I am happy with them is an understatement. ... read more