Second and final bending
Tie in the vise a hook bent as described above, wrap the thread on it and choose a rooster hackle (Coq de Leon) from which to get the fibers to imitate the fly tails.
Tie on the bend tails and a copper wire.
Tie on the stem the yarn to form the abdomen.
I do the abdomen of the fly, tie the yarn on the stem and cut the excess.
Wrapped in wide turns the copper wire on the abdomen, tie it on the stem, and cut the excess.
I moves the fly so that the bent hook is level and choose two tips of rooster hackles to form the wings.
Tie the hackles on the hook
Tie a rooster's hackle beside the wings and cut the stem surplus.
I wrap the hackle around the hook shank.
Tie the hackle next eye of hook and cut excess.
Tie the head of fly.