Twin-eye Marabou Charlie
When fishing off a bank into an area with obstacles you need to avoid snagging your fly. One option is to use a floating line with neutral density (non-sinking) flies, but if you want to fish on or near the bottom you need to make another plan.
Tying a fly that floats hook up is your best option in this case, and is better than a fly with a weedguard. This fly does a little of both, it's light and it swims upside down (as long as you tie it on with a loop).
Using a Hanak H300 Hook, start off with a touch of superglue on the shank behind the hook eye and wind on a suitable thick base.
Build up until the twin eye can be pushed on firmly (too firm and it will break). Apply a final bit of glue and press the head on as shown above.
Tie in a marabou tail as shown, I always mix three shades to give a more natural look.
Advance the thread to behind the eyes and wind the remaining marabou forward. Secure it and trim.
Tie in a mixed bunch of marabou 'charlie' style after turning the fly over. They should protrude just beyond the hook bend, not the length of the tail (to avoid wrapping).
Its easier to do two smaller bunches, but avoid excess thread build up.
Trim the marabou, whip finish and your fly is done.