Hemiptera Corixidae (love the name)
#6 curved short and #12streamer long.
Tie in two strips of heavy wire lengthwise to make the body wide.
Then wrap with heavy wire and crimp flat (leave gap for eyes at hook eye).
Tie in bead chain eyes.
Tie in olive wire and 'mottled bustard thin skin' back at hook bend.
Wrap either peacock hurl or krystal flash dubbing toward the head to create the body.
Reverse wrap wire over hurl or dubbing, secure.
Tie in rubber leg perpendicular to the body (speckled sexy legs here).
Cut small notches in thin skin for thread behind eyes (prevents curling the skin when securing, you want the body to be wide and flat, not round)
Secure thin skin behind eyes, fold excess flap back over thread and leave as wing case.
Cover top of eyes and skinback with UV glue to shape, harden in place.
SIngle coat of 'hard as hull' over the UV glue. Allow the epxoy to get tacky, then lay down a grain direction over the wings.
I added a #20 mono weed guard on one of the big ones.
I think bass will love these, hopefully I will be able to keep the little bluegills away with the bigger hooks.