Hook: TMC 100 - sz. 14 -22
Thread: UNI Thread 8/0 - Olive
Thorax: East Coast Dubbing - BWO
Abdomen: Goose Biot - BWO or Olive
Wing: Super Select CDC - Dark Dun or Light Dune
Tail: Wapsi Mayfly Tails - Lt. Dun or Dun
Step 1: Make a thread base back to the hook bend, Add a small dubbing ball, this helps split your tails.
Step 2: Tie in your mayfly tails, tie them back to the start of the dubbing ball, they will split apart making your tails. Cut off extra.
Step 3: Wrap thread 3/4 of the way back to the hook eye. Take 2 CDC feathers, aline the tips together and tie down. Make a few wraps forward, trim the extra.
Step 4: Tying back to the tails; tie in your goose biot.
Step 5: Wrap your goose biot forward until you are right behind the CDC feathers.
Step 6: Dub behind the CDC feathers making 2 or 3 turns, wrap thread forward and make a small thread dam helping the CDC stand straight up. Add 1 or 2 more wraps of dubbing.
Step 7: Whip Finish and cut thread.
Hook: TMC 100 - sz. 18-24
Thread: UNI Thread 8/0 - Olive or Black
Body: Peacock Herls
Wing: Grizzly Saddle
Step 1: Make a thread base, Tying in a single grizzly feather from the butt end.
Step 2: Tie in 2 peacock herls, making sure they start at the hook bend with the grizzly feather.
Step 3: Wrap the 2 peacock herls forward, making the body. Tie off right behind the hook eye.
Step 4: Palmer the grizzly feather forward. Also tying this off right behind the hook eye.
Step 5: Whip finish and cut thread.
Here are a couple fish that fell to one of these flies: