Tying Flies with CDC Learn to tie dry flies, emergers, and nymphs with water-resistant CDC
Para-Emerger, Split-Winged Dun, Black Flying Ant, Mighty Midge, and Skater Caddis
Over 100 fly patterns by Rene Harrop, Tetsumi Himeno, Piet Weeda, Elie Beerten, and others
CDC (cul-de-canard) feathers are one of the most popular fly-tying materials. CDC's water-resistant properties make it particularly useful for tying dry flies, emergers, and nymphs, especially in small sizes. Tying Flies with CDC brings together the CDC patterns and tying techniques of creative, innovative fly tiers from around the world. The book gives background on CDC, how it was used in the past and how it is used today, and details aspects of fishing with CDC flies.
About the Author:
The Fisherman's Miracle Feather
Leon Links is a fishing journalist and teacher in Amsterdam. He was first introduced to CDC in the early 1980s by fellow Dutch author and angler Kees Ketting, and has since become and enthusiastic convert to CDC flies.
160 pages, 186 color photos