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/ Brown / Copper Wire / Gp crest / Partridge / Soft Hackle /


tied by deeky
Fly Type: General Freshwater,
Target Species: Panfish,
Recommended Region: Central US,
Material List:
Hook: Mustad 3906, size 10
Thread: Danville Flymaster 6/0, wine
Tail: GP Crest
Rib: Copper wire, medium
Body: Ultra Chenile, wine
Hackle: Partridge, brownish
Head: Copper wire, medium
Tying Instructions: Lay a thread base and tie in the tail. Tie in the wire, leaving a few inches sticking beyond the eye of the hook. Wrap all the way to the eye. Tie in and wrap chenile and then wrap wire. Wrap hackle. Wrap a small, smooth head, whip and snip. Wrap the wire tag from the eye back towards the hackle and snip the extra. I put down head cement right before wrapping the wire back over the head to help hold it in place.

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