Can someone help me understand the proper technique for creating the flared bucktail tail on an Intruder? Someone at a fly shop told me to create something like a dubbing loop using thin wire instead of thread; place the butt ends of the bucktail in the loop and flatten/space them out; and then wind the loop around the shank (or tube, if doing a tube-style Intruder). I can't for the life of me figure out how to do this. When I try, all the bucktail gets bunched up as I'm winding the dubbing loop around the shank. I can just spin the bucktail around the shank without the loop instead, but it doesn't flare as nicely as the Intruders I find in the fly shop. Thoughts?