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Bob's Demonstration Bob Leverman demonstrates the Parachute Adams
Tying on the wing post material.
Wing post in place. Difficult to see because of color of antron nylon.
Moose tail tied in with hairs long enough to reach the wing post. This creates the underbody.
The pattern calls for moose hair tail and underbody but Bob showed us optional materials that could be used.
Tying on Grizzly hackle at base of wing post. Parachute style flies calls for extra long hackle fibers to support fly in surface film
Tying in hackle material
Two materials tied on so Bob had to take a "cookie" break. The group was concerned his blood sugar levels would drop too low or as some put it.... he had to be bribed to continue
Hackle being tied UP the post
Starting dubbing the body. SPARSE is the key to success here.
Tapered body built up from tail to wing post and then in front. Heavier thorax right at wing post.
The hackle is then wrapped around the wing post with each successive wrap going UNDER the previous one. Three to four wraps and tie off with a whip finish. Trim the wing post.
The finished product. Nice fly Bob!
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