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CDC flies

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Pleas post up pics and possible recipes for these flies. I am looking to tie more with this material as well.

Posted on: 2013/2/27 10:49
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Re: CDC flies

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Cdc Pupa
Abdoman:working thread
Body, wingcase, and thorax: Bundled cdc barbs.
Size shown:18
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Re: CDC flies

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Drifting midge pupa
Size shown:22
Body:stripped peacock herl
Collar: Bright red cdc dubbing
Pupal case:Pheasant tail barbs
Breathing plume and Anal brush:cdc
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Posted on: 2013/2/27 11:51
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Re: CDC flies

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cdc and elk.

wrap body with cdc feather. Add elk hair wing. finished.

Posted on: 2013/2/27 13:38
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Re: CDC flies

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Mike,
Do you use snow shoe hair? I have found it floats much better but is a little harder to work with. With the emergers I understand the cdc traps bubbles and gives a great profile but I have the hardest time keeping them afloat especially after a fish has been caught. Last season I stuck with mostly cdc emergers and loop wings so Im curious to see if the snow shoes produce about the same number of fish.

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Re: CDC flies

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I do not use it but i can check on hairline to see if they supply it. I may buy some to try out

Posted on: 2013/2/27 15:38
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Re: CDC flies

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[img width=300] photo 67f091af-c12e-4377-bb2e-31be959d1fca_zps116fb490.jpg[/img]

Mole Fly
2487 #16-20
Brown Beaver Dubbing
Olive CDC
Gray thread

Posted on: 2013/2/27 19:11
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Re: CDC flies

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cdc+snow shoe=more roosters live!


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Re: CDC flies

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Use it as trailing shucks on your comparaduns...a.k.a. Duck Butt Duns.

Posted on: 2013/2/28 9:33
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Re: CDC flies

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cdc and elk

http://www.danica.com/flytier/hweilenmann/cdcelk.htm

pretty much works everywhere I have tried it

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Re: CDC flies

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If you are using CDC I'd say using Frogg's Fanny is a must. Keeps the fly riding high and dries it out if it gets waterlogged or slimy.

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Re: CDC flies

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Quote:

studiomule wrote:
If you are using CDC I'd say using Frogg's Fanny is a must. Keeps the fly riding high and dries it out if it gets waterlogged or slimy.


Also Teimco Dry Magic.

Posted on: 2013/2/28 9:58


Re: CDC flies

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Another vote for CDC and Elk...cheap materials, easy to tie, very effective.

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Re: CDC flies

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So that's a mole fly, pretty cool.

Posted on: 2013/2/28 18:34
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Re: CDC flies

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real easy to tie too!! lets hope they produce like they say they will!!

Posted on: 2013/2/28 20:20
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