Quigley Hackle Stacker Sally SBS

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  1. ScottP

    ScottP Active Member

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    hook - Dai Riki 320 #16
    thread - UTC 70 hopper yellow
    butt - Uni Stretch Chinese red
    abdomen - dubbing yellow
    wing - hen cream (Wonderwing style)
    post - 1mm foam
    hackle - ginger
    thorax - dubbing yellow
    antennae - wing fibers

    mash barb; start thread and wrap back to bend

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    tie in Uni Stretch, leave tag extending out the back; take a few wraps, pull tag over the top and tie it off

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    dub abdomen up to 60% mark

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    prep hackle for wing

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    tie in (leave wing a bit short); pull it to final length

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    trim hackle stem, leave a few fibers for antennae; trim wing butt

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    tie in foam strip; tie in hackle

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    wrap hackle (thorax length), tie off at base

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    dub thorax

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    stroke hackle fibers back, pull forward over top of thorax; tie down

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    trim post, half hitch x 2, SHHAN

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    Regards,
    Scott
     
  2. Teenage Entomologist

    Teenage Entomologist Gotta love the pteronarcys.

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    I bought one of these at The Fly Shop. It's a great fly.
     
  3. Rob Ast

    Rob Ast Active Member

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    Ooh, that is one sweet tie.
     
  4. Jim Ficklin

    Jim Ficklin Genuine Montana Fossil

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    That is a pretty pattern & looks like a fun one to tie.
     

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