Hook: #10 – 28 dry
Thread: Olive or color of choice to match body
Body: a few olive pheasant center tail fibers (or color of choice to match the hatch)
Wings: natural cul-de-canard tips

Lay down a thread base

Choose pheasant center tail fibers long enough to wrap the entire shank, more fibers generally results in less wraps

Tie in a few pheasant center tail fivers by the butt ends at the hook bend; touch wrap the fibers to the eye; tie in, tie off, clip extra


Stack two natural cul-de-canard feathers so the tips are even; measure a bit longer than the hook length from the tip to center stem; tie in behind the eye over the body; tie off, clip extra


Wrap a thread head; whip finish; head cement