Another request by a WFF member. This fly was created by Cory Williams and seems to be good for a variety of species. Since I will be targeting bass with this, I've tied it on a larger hook and a different color than the original. Hook: Daiichi 2546 3/0 Thread: UTC GSP Tail: Marabou and Crystal Flash Body: Deer Hair topped with 2mm Foam Start off by starting your thread at the point of the hook and work just to the start of the barb. Do not dress the hook any more than this as we will be spinning deer hair. Measure your marabou tail. Always use something that isn't going to change as a reference. Here I am measuring from the front of the hook to the bend in the hook. Also notice that the feather is wetted to make it easier to work with. Switch hands, tie in and trim the butt ends. Only use three wraps here as we are going to stack the tail. Add in some black marabou and some Crystal Flash. Stack another orange piece of marabou on top of the black. Clean up the butt end and superglue. This will the anchor stop for the deer hair. Cut a piece of foam as I have done here. Tie in. You can cover up your thread with some orange dubbing here if you want. Take a clump of the first color of deer hair. Splay it between your fingers and run it thru your deer hair comb a few times to get rid of the underfur. Clip off the tips of the hair... And clean up the butt ends. Go over with bundle of hair with one loose wrap right in middle of the bundle. Make a second wrap slightly tighter.