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Shrouded March Brown

tied by dwiltshire
Fly Type: Wet,
Target Species: Trout,
Recommended Region: General Europe,
Imitation: Mayflies,
Material List:
Hook: B175 #12
Thread: 14/0 Sheer, tan
Hackle: Hen, dun
Abdomen: Beaver
Wing: Hen pheasant
Tail: Mallard
Tying Instructions: Tie in the hackle feather first - in this case a hen colured a very subtle dun colour. Then tie in the tails. Dub the thread and work back towards the tails. Then spin the bobbin clockwise to wind the thread into a cord. Open wraps up to the eye then give the rib.

Tie in the slip wings and then wind the hackle in front of the wing.
Presentation Tips: Upstream dead-dirft; on a dropper with a dry on the point; downstream and across. Your choice!

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