Comparadun Fly Fisherman - February 10, 2012 Step 1Start the thread at the 80 percent point and wrap back over the tag end of the thread to the bend. Leave the tag end of the thread hanging on the top of the hook at the bend.Step 2Tie in four Microfibetts that are about a shank length long at the bend of the hook.Step 3Pull the tag end of the thread up between the tails, dividing them two to a side. Tie the tag end of the thread down and clip the excess tag and the butt ends of the tails.Step 4Dub a tapered abdomen from the base of the tail to the 80 percent point.Step 5Cut, clean and stack a clump of deer hock hair. Measure it against the hook so it is a shank length long.Step 6Place the measured clump of hair on the top of the hook at the front of the abdomen and tie it down with two firm wraps of thread. These thread wraps should flare the hair as shown.Step 7Clip the butt ends of the hair as close to the shank as possible.Step 8Lift the hair above the hook and build a small thread dam to hold the hair upright. Step 9Dub the thorax from the hook eye up to the base of the wing and back again. Whip finish and clip the thread.Step 10Preen the wing into a 180 degree fan across the top of the fly.ComparadunRecipe: Hook: TMC 100SP-BL #12-20 Thread: GSP 50 or 8/0 Tail: Microfibetts, split Abdomen: Superfine Dubbing Wing: Deer Hock Thorax: Superfine Dubbing Get Your Fish On. Plan your next fishing and boating adventure here.