Been thinking about how I tied em' so here's how I did it. Stinger hook, size 1 Owner all purpose bait hook. These are really nice hooks, the best I've used for stingers. If you can get em' tie the body on a waddington shank, but since you are from Wooley, you allready know you live in a fly-shop challenged area. Drive 60 miles south through a traffic mess, or you use what I used 1|0 Mustad salmon hook (after your'e done whack the curved pointy part off with a pair of dekes. Do the stinger hooks first, more efficent this way. I dubbed a little bump of purple lite brite on the end. Then tie in two super grizzly hackle tips, about two and a half inches long, shiny side out. That little bump of purple stuff keeps the tips separated somewhat. Now dubb a thin body of purple lite brite up the shank leave enough room to tie in a piece of crosscutt bunny. Wrap the bunny once, like you would a hackle collar, tie off and whip finish and cement. Finish tying some more like this and put aside once you think you have enough. The body. Take about 6 inches of 20 or 30lb Berkley fireline. Fold in half and push the folded end through the eye of the stinger. Now pull the folded loop over the stinger and around below the barb and cinch up tight with the eye. Do this with the rest of your stingers. Now put a 1\0 or shank in your vise and take your completed stinger with the fire line and measure it so the marabou tips will just hang over the front of the stinger you don't want to completly cover the stinger and as well you don't want to have to much of the line hanging past the marabou tips. After you have the length you want lay the end of the line over the shank, start at the back above the hook bend and tightly wrap the thread to the front of the shank now fold the line back to the back and wrap the thread to the back, snip off any left over line, and put a drop of zap a gap on the threads, you don't need more than the drop that comes out spread that over the threads wrap back to the front and tie in some lead barbell eyes. About the medium size ones bigger if you want to really dredge or smaller or not at all. Repeat this until you have enough to match the stingers. Doing them all at once allows tht glue to dry. Put a completed shank with stinger back in the vise and take a few strands of the lite brite and tie on the end so the ends will trail over the line to the front of the stinger. Now tie in a marabou by the tip and wind to the front, I used three black marabou hackles for the body leave enough room for one purple marabou and take only maybe three wraps until you get to the barbell. Dub on a little of the purple lite brite and wrap that around the barbell make a head whip finish cement and your'e done. I tied em' up with black bunny on the stinger, and black with purple marabou on the front of of the body, but whatever color combo you like would be fine. Popsicle colored ones would be nice or pink and white or whatever colors you like.