tied by uncletube Fly Type:Nymphs, Target Species:General Salmon, Recommended Region:Central US, Imitation:Stone Flies, Material List: Hook: TMC 200r or Dia riki 270 size 2 to 6
Thread Black Unithread 6/0 prewaxed
Tail: dark brown or black Goose biots
Under body: 6 turns of .025 lead wire followed by 6 to 8 turns of .030 and finally 10 turns of .035 lead wire.I lay a piece of vinyl rib along the far edge of the flie and tie in my ribbing on the side closest to me , by flating the wire and tying in the ribb on each side of the hook shank helps form the flat profile.
Rib: Black Vinyl stretch tube (1 mm)
Body:50% black bear underfur 25%claret dyed rabbit 25 Dark brown beaver w/o gaurd hair small pinch of black ice dub 9 (U.V.). Use dubbing twister to form noodle.
Wing pads: black irredissant saddle hackle burnt with bruning tool and laquered with hard head
Legs: Medium vynil rib knotted
Head: Dubbing mix
Antenna: strip natural hackle stems. Tying Instructions: pretty much a striaght forward tie. You can add bead chain eyes if you want Presentation Tips: Michigan chuck and duck
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