Tying Instructions: Squirmy Worm

1. Slip a bead onto the hook.
Step One
2. Attach the thread to the midpoint of the shank and lay a thread foundation halfway along the curvature.
Step Two
3. Attach the Squirmito material to the shank facing you and apply two loose thread wraps that will not cut the material.
Step Three
4. Bring the thread in front of the Squirmito material with two tight wraps just in front of the material and wrap back up to the midpoint of the shank.
Step Four
5. Next, stretch the Squirmito material and spirol wrap up to the midpoint of the shank. Secure the material with two loose wraps as to not cut the material and place two tight wraps just in front.
Step Five
6. Snip off the tag end and secure with 5-6 additional thread wraps, then apply a whip finish and snip the thread.
Step Six
7. Trim the rear body to the length desired.
Step Seven
8. Attach the thread to the shank in front of bead.
Step Eight
9. Just behind the eye place another strand of Squirmito and secure this strand to the shank with two loose thread wraps.
Step Nine
10. Followed by two tight wraps in front of the material.
Step Ten
11. And two tight wraps behind the material.
Step Eleven
12. Stretch the material and wrap the material back towards the bead. The bead will be pushed over the whip finished thread wraps of the rear section. Secure the material with two loose wraps followed by two tight wraps between the Squirmito material and the bead.
Step Twelve
13. Apply a whip finish next to the bead.
Step Thirteen
13. The finished Squirmy Wormy.
Step Fourteen

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