The LHMW is all about imballance. The three tungsten beads placed at the very back of the long streamer front hook enhances the side to side motion made by the thin cutting head.
In the slower parts of the stream or in still water the LHMW shuold be fished with hard short strips to make it jerk, belly flash, go up and down, side to side…
Rear hook: Gamakatsu B10S (F314) size 2
Thread: UTC 140
Palmer chenille: Orange
Senyo Aqua Veil: Peperoni
Wrap both chenilles at the same time and then pinch downwards.
Rabbit strips: Hareline Black barred orange on tan
Run hook thru and whip finish behind hook the eye.
Front hook: Partridge Universal Predator size 2/0
Beads: 3/16 (5mm) Tungsten
Push tungsten beads forward as you tie in the wire and mount two 6mm plastic beads.
Add the rear hook and push the tungsten beads over the wire and stop just before the hook bend.
Secure the beads with a couple of thread wraps.
Marabou hackled just in front of beads and then folded downward/backwards.
Palmer chenille and Aqua Veil.
Tie in the rabbit stip.
Senyo Laser Dub: Tan and Rusty Bronze
Another section of Laser Dub just behind the hook eye.
Top of head and stripes is made withe black marker pen.
Eyes: Flymen 7.5 Fire
Dot: black marker pen.
Jack ’em! /// Oskar Hagelin