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    Jim Budde
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      Reading Deke Meyer’s “Hot Bass Flies” and am intrigued by example of Loving’s fly on page 16. Searched for instructions but found nothing pertaining to adding the side hackles to the deer hair body. Anyone know how to do that or can refer me to an article explains same?

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      Bass_Bug
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        I think this is what you’re looking for.

        http://steelheadalleyflytying.blogspot.com/2014/12/tom-lovings-gerbubble-bug-tutorial-by.html?m=1

        Cut a slit it the slide, run a thin bead of CA glue in the slit, fold a hackle in half with all the barbs on one side and insert the quill in the slit.

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