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    Stephen Procter - Fuzzy Jelly

    Fuzzy Jelly  ..... for clumped daphnia

    Daiichi 1510 , #8
    Thread: Used here are a mint green 10/0 for the greenish fly, and for the other one
                 GLO-Brite Fluo. Floss #10 was used.
    Tail: For the Melon Jelly Milkshake, Coq de Leon hackle fibres were used,and
           for the Banana, Glo-Brite Fluo. Yarn #10 ( GLO-Brite's Yarn is a tri-lobal material
           similar to sparkle yarn)
    Body: FNF -Jelly Milkshake ...the 2 pictured use a Banana wrapped body and a Melon
              body.
    Hackle: Light pardo Coq de Leon saddle hackle .Use feathers that are nicely speckled
     
         ... Wrap the body and hackle at the same time, brushing both types of fibre back
             as you go...1 complete wrap of hackle 1st and then holding the feather and
             Jelly Milkshake together, the feather at the rear, wrap forward until about a hook
             eye and a half space is left before the hook eye Carefully holding the materials, tie
             down the hackle and snip the waste feather(I find catching the Jelly Milkshake with
             you hackle pliers and letting them hang, will keep things in place for you .After tying
             off the Coq de Leon wrap the Jelly Milkshake for one complete wrap and then tie it
             off.Whip finish a head and clip .

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