On the smallest hook make a base of thread, cement it with cyanoacrilate, and tie the regular rabbit tail strap. Then tie a strap of rabbit (Cross cut type) to finish with this first hook.
Wrap the rabbit strap combing the hairs to the back up to close to the eye. Add a red and a blue flashabou strip at the sides, and a blue arctic fox wing in the upper section. Tie the thread, trim and cement the head with your favorite glue.
Needle the multifiber through the hook eye that we just finished, taking it off the vise as we put on a bigger one. Tie the set we did before as shown in the picture. Firstly, the multifiber towards the eye, then turn it backwards, which makes the knot firm and avoids it from moving or loosening.
As in Step 2, tie a black cross cut rabbit strap shaping another body, add flashabou and the blue arctic fox wing, close and place another multifiber as done in Step 3.
On the biggest hook tie both bodies, with the multifiber as we did before. Tie the black cross cut and shape the last body tying two arctic fox wings, covering a bit more the sides so that the fly has more volume at the front, making it move water and the rest of the fly, and therefore irresistible for big fish.
To finish our Blue Mamba, add a jungle cock feather at each side and make a neat head with several lacquer layers. The cut the two front hooks shortly.
Finished fly image.