Tying Instructions: Denny's Stillwater Nymph
1. Place 6 wraps of lead near the head.
Step One
2. Tie in Marabou tail, length about same as the hook length.
Step Two
3. Attach a Burnt Orange Hackle just in front of the wingcase tie down at the tip. Tie in a copper wire ribbing next to the Burnt Orange hackle tie down.
Step Three
4.Tie in Olive Marabou at the base of the tail for the wingcase. Marabou should be anchored at the tips.
Step Four
5. Apply the olive dubbing to the thread.
Step Five
6. Dub a body forward to just behind the eye.
Step Six
7. Wrap the Burnt Orange Hackle forward over the dubbed body to about one eye length behind the eye.
Step Seven
8. Wrap the copper wire ribbing forward and tie down in the same location. Trim off the upper hackle fibers
Step Eight
9. Bring the Marabou wingcase over the body and tie down.
Step Nine
10. Create a head with thread wraps and whip finish.
Step Nine

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