This fly is tied on a size 16 hook and imitates a sedge pupa. The fly consists of an underbody of olive dubbing, which is then covered with epoxy resin to give the correct pupa shape. There is a front winding of Ostrich herl with one turn of partridge behind it. A strand of longer partridge is swept back to suggest the antenna. Use a floating line with a long leader and cast to fish that is moving just subsurface. Trout will take this fly as sedge just prior to hatching. The retrieve should be a very slow figure of eight with the occasional jerk. This fly is successful on both rivers and lakes from May to October.