Sometimes when I'm just about done tying flies for the night I like to experiment a little. Most of the time this simply amounts to tying a variation of one of my favorite flies. Today's post follows along those lines. I have a few sakasa kebari that I really like such as my Royal Sakasa Kebari and my olive Bubble Kebari. However, I have a newer fly that I plan to fish pretty hard this year....the C.S.Special. A while back Chris "TenkaraBum" Stewart sent me some of his Shetland Spindrift "Nymph Yarn" and I thought to put it to good use. So pictured above is a variation of the C.S.Special using just the dark strand of the nymph yarn (the nymph yarn contains two strands, a brown and charcoal black one). For anyone interested, I'll post the recipe on the fly box page soon.