Step 6: Dub your body to the halfway point on the hook. Tie in your first hackle below and beside the wing nearest you. I tie in my hackles in the order I’m going to wrap them. In this case I tie in the Grizzly hackle first. Now tie in your second hackle between the wings, this will be the brown one. The reason I tie in the hackle in this order is because I want more of the brown showing than grizzly. I will make and extra wrap behind and in front of the Grizzly hackle that I wrap first. Try this on your Adams sometime. Change the order you tie in and wrap the hackle and see what a difference it makes. Some people prefer to make equal wraps behind and in front of the wing. I usually make one more wrap behind the wing with each hackle than I do in front of the wing. I think it helps to keep the fly from getting too heavy in the front and tipping over.