This allows you to use more tension when securing the fur.
2. Weight the fly with a cone-head and plenty of lead-free wire.
The weight forward design allows it to "jig" as you strip it back from the bank.
3. Wet the fur when wrapping the wire up the shank of the hook.
This allows for the wire to be wrapped without trapping any fur. Take your time with this, it's well worth the effort.
4. Wrap the fur 2-3 times once at the head of the fly.
This produces a nice dense head, ultimately pushing more water.
5. Tuck the last wrap of fur under the cone head.
Creating a clean finish to this fly has always been a challenge for me. By tucking the fur right up against the cone-head and using the 140 denier to force it further under the lip of the cone-head, you'll have a nicely finished fly.
Experiment with different body materials and colors. Crystal flash, ice dub, and diamond braid all work well.