I tied a dozen of these this morning in size 10s and 12s. Not really sure what I'd call this pattern. It's essentially a nice dry fly that's easy to see on the water, so why don't I call it the Snowflake. My apologies if this pattern has been done before. I just picked materials from those at hand and tied away. It look s buggy enough to me and close enough to a Pale Morning Dun, Light Cahill or a moth I suppose. Basically, what we have here is a good searching pattern.
Thread: black 12/0
Wing: White polypropelene fibre upright and divided.
Tail: cream hackle fibres
Body: Cream dubbing
Hackle: cream dry fly
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