Take one strand of antron yarn and tie it
under the shank near the bend
Take the other end of the yarn and tie it
on top of the shank near the bend.
Wax about 2 inches of thread. Touch the
thread with the dubbing, do not spin the dubbing onto the
Dub a sparse body 2/3 of the length of the
shank of the hook.
Cut the loop of antron yarn in half and
comb out the fibers.
Take the strand of yarn tied on top of the
shaft (leave a few fibers for a tail) and bring it over
the top of the dubbing, forming an over body. Spread the
fibers wide over the body and tie it with a couple of
loose wraps leaving enough room for a wing.
Repeat the previous step (this time under
the body) using the second strand of yarn.
Loosen the fibers a bit of the overbody
until the overbody is a filmy, baggy sheath. Secure the
antron yarn and trim.
Add in a deer hair wing with the tip
extending to the bend. Take some of the stubbs of the
deer hair wing, fold them back and secure them with a few
wraps of thread. Cut off the excess.