CDC Needle Fly

CDC – Cul dCanard (CDC) (French for “duck bottom”) are the feathers from the back of a duck directly around the preen gland. The feathers are very light and have very soft fi bres, which add to a very lifelike appearance. Using CDC feathers for tying fl ies has a history dating back to the 1920s. Tying with CDC gained popularity through the tools Swiss fl y tier Marc Petitjean designs & distributes.

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