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Fur Ant
tied by Paul Waasdorp

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Fur Ant

Hook: Dry Fly Hook
Thread: Black
Abdomen: Black dubbing and deer hair
Head: Black dubbing
Legs: Black hackle

1 Position thread at about the 30 percent mark and tie in a small clump of black deer hair (stacked and cleaned of underfur) Tie down at bend of hook.
2 Trim butt ends and leave a tail.
3 Apply black dubbing onto thread and form a round mound.
4 Grasp deer hair fibers (tail) and pull them tightly over the top of the dubbing forming the back. Secure the hair in place.
5 Trim off the butt ends.
6 Tie in hackle and position at hackle tie off location.
7. Wind hackle in place and tie off.
8 Apply black dubbing to thread and form a small mound for the head.
9 Tie off and use some laquer to secure the knot.
To vary the color of this pattern use brown, cinnamon or rusty brown dubbing.