Place a goldbead onto the hookshank and then catch in the thread.
Take a bunch of hares ear guard hairs and catch in along the hookshank. Stop the thread at a position opposite the barb. Return the thread to the eye.
Catch in some oval gold tinsel to the underside of the hookshank, leave the thread at a position opposite the barb.
Dub some hare's ear fur onto the tying thread.
Wind the dubbed hare's ear fur up the hook shank, stopping just over 1/3 of the hook shank length from the eye.
Wind the oval gold tinsel forward so that it creates a rib. Secure the tinsel and trim waste.
Take a length of Mosaic Fritz, strip the fibres off 5mm of the core. Catch the mosaic core in.
Run the thread back to the position where the hares dubbing finished forcing the mosaic fritz down to that position. Return the thread back to the goldbead.
Wind the Mosaic Fritz towards the eye. After each wind, brush the fibres backwards with your fingers and then perform the next wind, this prevents the fibres being trapped. (Wetting the finger sometimes helps).
Whip finish the thread behind the goldbead, trying not to trap any of the Fritz fibres. Trim waste thread and varnish the thread behind the goldbead very carefully.
Black Tiny Miracle Buzzer
Black and Peacock Spider
Hot Orange Wingless Wickhams
Red Tiny Miracle Buzzer
UV Straggle Hare's Ear
Olive Tiny Miracle Buzzer
Pheasant Tail Nymph
Hare's Ear Flashback
Black Gnat (Wet)
White Wingless Wickhams
Montana Pheasant Tail
Palmered Red Tag
Warm Springs Caddis
Straggle Pheasant Tail Nymph
Black and Peacock (Dry)