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Hare's Ear, Wet Hook: Standard wet fly Thread: Yellow Hackle: brown Speckled Hen Back, or Brown Hungarian Partridge Tail: Brownish-olive pheasant fibers Ribbing: Fine flat gold tinsel Body: Roughly dubbed Hare's Ear dubbing on yellow tying thread-Leisenring method. Wings: Grouse Primary segments Old Blue Dun Hook: Standard wet fly Thread: Yellow Hackle: Medium blue dun hen Ribbing: Yellow sewing silk thread size A or yellow buttonhole twist Body: Blue dun rabbit dubbed by the Leisenring method. Tups Indispensible (nymph) Hook: Standard wet fly Thread: Yellow Hackle: Blue dun hen Abdomen: Yellow buttonhole twist Thorax: a mix of red and yellow rabbit fur Black Stone Flymph Hook: Mustad C53R or similar Thread: Black Hackle: Black Starling-Tied in by the stem, just near the eye, leaving room for the head. Another tied in by the tip after completing the abdomen. This hackle should be wrapped through the thorax. Ribbing: one strand of fine Black Krystal Flash Abdomen: Black rabbit, touch dubbed to form. Thorax: Blank rabbit dubbed Leisenring method. Leisenring Spider (Hidy) Hook: Mustad R48 Thread: Yellow Hackle: Brown Hungarian Partridge Ridding: Fine gold wire Body: Hare's Ear dubbed by the Leisenring method Rubber Band Worm Hook: Curved caddis hook Thread: Tan Body: A cream colored 1/8" rubber band cut as in the illustration. The smaller end is tied to the shank and stretched out, tying it down the hook shank to the bend with the thread. Wrap the thread back leaving room for the thorax. Wrap the body, overlapping to form segments, gradually decreasing tension on the rubber. Thorax: Built up underbody of brownish embroidery thread touch dubbed over with hare's ear dubbing, then wrapped over with a heavily dubbed brush made by Leisenring method. This is brushed down and back after wrapping. Stewart's Black Spider (Leisenring) Hook: Mustad R48 or similar Thread/body: Tawny brown Hackle: Black Starling wrapped through the thorax. Cream Soft-hackle Hook: Mustad 3399A or similar Thread: Uni-Light Cahill Hackle: Very pale ginger or cream Abdomen: One strand Ecru colored embroidery floss, wrapped close together. Thorax: Light Cahill hare's ear Newton's Flymph Hook: Mustad 3399A or similar Thread: Black Hackle: Greenwell's Hen Ribbing: Fine gold wire Body: dark based, tan tipped Hare's mask dubbed by the Leisenring method on black thread.
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