|Tying Instructions: Burk's Aggravator|
|1. Place a bead behind the eye and attach the thread. Attach a piece of lead wire with about 10 wraps just behind the bead..
|2. Secure the lead with thread wraps and lay a base to the bend of the hook directly above the barb. Attach a piece of Krystal Flash and wrap a tag, bring the flash back to the tie-off position and secure. Now, secure the ribbing at the same location.
|3. Attach a 20-25 marabou fibers at the tail-in location. Wrap the butt end of the marabou around the shank for some underbody. Bring the thread back to the tie-in position and place a few wraps arouind the base of the marabou to lift it up.
4. Dub a tapered abdomen up to the midpoint of the shank. Wrap the ribbing forward and secure.
|5. Place two sets of rubberlegs evenly within the thorax space at the top of the shank. Use thread wraps to sweep the legs back behind the bend of the hook.|
|6. Dub a thorax. Place the dubbing over and between the legs. Leave some room bewteen the forward legs and the bead.|
|7. Place a section of Turkey Tail for a wingcase with the case extending over both pairs of legs. Secure with thread wraps behind the bead.|
|8. Dub a collar to hide the wingcase tie-downs. Whip Finish and Trim|
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