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Saturday, January 7, 2017

Spider Fly Tied

Here it is! A very old (new) pattern. The Spider. 

 
Bead Head onto # 16 hook.

Black thread starting at bead, back, tie in pheasant tail
then forward almost to bead.

Wrap pheasant tail strand 2/3 of way.

Add in small amount of gray dubbing loosely.

Tie in grizzly hackle in front of bead. Make sure
fibers are about hook length.

Wrap sparsely (2-3x) and half hitch. Add small
amount of head cement. DONE.

Guaranteed to produce hard takes and tight lines.

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Tags:  Kootenai Mega Moth
    
Montana Sparrow
     Montana Stonefly Nymph
     One GREAT Fly!
    
Parachute Wings (Made Easy)
     Pheasant Tail Nymph
     Prince Nymph
     Purple Haze

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