1. Slide bead on and start thread behind bead. Lay a
foundation of thread behind the bead and then wind to
rear of hook.
2. Tie in a sprig of tippet and the end of a length
of wool yarn. Bring thread to head.
3. Wind wool on tightly and level to behind bead. Take
a turn around the wool with the thread as in the Helen
Shaw method and tie down.
4. Trim wool and tie in the two feathers by their tips,
trimming the feather ends.
5. Wind both hackle feathers at the same time, slanting back,
as in the wet fly manner.
6. Take a turn around both feathers with the thread and
tie down, finishing with a full whip-finish behind the
head. Cement as desired.