Take the hook and crimp down the barb. (If you don't do this then I've found that the beads don't seem to last very long, the barb seems to score the inside of the bead which in turn weakens it). Now thread each bead onto the hook shank along with the spanflex. After the first two beads are on, you will need to pull the spanflex at both the front and rear to get the spanflex to lay straight. Make sure that you try and keep the spanflex lengths at the front and rear about equal.
Push the front 3 beads hard towards the eye and catch in the thread just behind the third bead. Lay a piece of spanflex across the hookshank and make sure each length is equal. Now catch in with thread using figure of eight wraps. Make sure that the spanflex stays on the top of the hookshank.
Take some lengths of Wild UV and Phosphour Yellow Flash Attack and lay across the gap between the beads. Pull down hard on the thread which should cause the flash attack to flare up and again perform some figure of eight wraps so that the material is secured. Whip Finish and cast off the thread. (Ignore this step if you require a standard Beaded Apps Bloodworm).
The final step is to create a tag at the end of the last bead. Push the last three beads towards the area of the wing and then catch in some Glo Brite Floss behind the last bead. Wind back and forth until a tapered tag is created , whip finish and cast off the thread. The final step is to coat the tag with superglue and then reverse the fly in the vice and apply a drop of superglue onto the thread base where the wing was tied in.