|#1-Wrap thread length of hook and |
add hackle for tail.
|#2-Tie in hackle for body wrap.|
|#3-Body dubbing of choice 2/3rd's |
of hook length.
Stimulators mimic either salmon flies, stoneflies or hoppers or all three. Anyway you slice it, it really
is a GREAT fly.
#5-Add Elk hair past tail &
run hollow hairs forward. Secure
behind hook eye for added floatation.
It can be tied with any color dubbing so look carefully at your local flies particularly in the spring and early summer. But in fact they really work great most of the year.
|#6-Add more dubbing forward. |
Can even change the color
or make two-tone.
|#7-Wrap GRIZZLY hackle |
forward and secure behind eye.
Whip finish behind eye.
Even in the fall, if you use smaller hooks, the fish believe they are the caddis you see on some warm fall days. Try size #14 nymph hook or smaller for the caddis. Here they are tied on #10 nymph hook which tends to be the optimum spring/summer size.