Goose biots tied for tail, a strip of thin skin is tied into the back also a black wire, dubbing is ran up the shank and the thin skin is laid over the top and tied tightly in, the wire is ran over the top of the thin skin to create the segmented body... Wet hackle is tied in and wrapped over the thin skin. More dubbing for the head and the thin skin is laid on top and tied in at the eye, then laid BACK over the head and halfhitched at the beginning of the head... Cut to wing size and that's the fly! #mormoncricket#dubbing#biots#thinskin#bleeders
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