Finished fly view.
Tie a bundle of red calf tail using a hair stacker to even it out.
Tie the first bundle of chartreuse deer hair,leave some space. Place the bundle on top, make two loose turns in the sameplace. Tighten. The deer hair should then get distributed around the hook symmetrically.
Tie the second chartreuse deer hair. Press andpush with a hair packer.
Now the natural color hair. Short, thick andsoft. Use the hair packer for it.
Add and press more of this hair up close to thehook eye. Leave space for the wing. Tie and cut.
Take the fly off the vise and trim. This one iscigar shaped but this can be changed. Leave the spaces at the tips. Usesharp scissors.
Tie the White calf hair, use a stacker to eventhe hairs. The inclination angle of the wing will determine the moves of thefly in the water. Pointing up or straight forward are the most common.
Tie the Brown saddle feathers, one or two. Go backto the tail in a spiraling way. Set this firmly with the thread. Trim thehackles neatly. Use somechartreuse dubbing in the thread and shape the butt with a 4 to 5 turns knot. Cementthe head.