Although I'm not a fantastic photographer, I wanted to share this pattern. It's has worked for me in size #8, and I have no doubt it will work in a #14. The 2 in the picture are Little Black Stone/ immature pteronarcys, and Yellow Sally. Materials: - 3761 hook #14 - 3/32 Copper Bead - .15 Lead Free Wire - 8/0 MFC Tying Thread: Brown. - Turkey Biot: Sulphur Orange(Yellow) - Wapsi Ultra Wire: Small: Silver - Mercer's Buggy Nymph Dubbing, Golden Stone - Small Feather off Pheasant Cape. Start Thread Wrap and stop at a little past the bend of the hook. Add 10-15 wraps of the lead-free wire. Wrap over lead wire, tie in two small biots as the tails. Tie in a 3 inch piece of silver wire for ribbing. For the carapace, cut one of those long biots, like this. Tie it in like you would a wing case, in the middle. Grab some of the Golden Stone dubbing, and apply a thin amount on the thread. Wrap the dubbing forward. Fold over Biot and tie down. Wrap the silver wire forward over the abdomen around 6 times. Tie in the small pheasant cape feather by its tip. Strip the right side of its feathers. Carefully wrap, tie down, and wrap a little over the feathers so that they angle back. Dub head/ collar with the golden stone dubbing, and Whip Finish. It's a great fly, and here's a couple trout I caught on the #8 version in Dark Stone. If you would like an SBS on the #8 version please comment. Thank you, Kaden Swart.