CDC FEATHERS CDC feathers are a unique natural material, which today forms the basic equipment of each fly tyer. Its use led to a renaissance in fly fishing. Properties of this material for artificial flies cannot be duplicate . Tying wings, dubbing body or adding legs to a pattern with CDC completes the impression of a natural insect. Uses: mayfly, caddis/Sedge, Stonefly, midge, nymph, streamer patterns.
The tails of peacock feathers. A traditional, natural fly tying material, familiar every fly fishermen. It is mainly used in fly tying body of palmer flies imitating insects such as midges. The quill of peacock eyes when stripped of herl can be used for many patterns such as mayflies and midges/ buzzers.
A great alternative to Jungle Cock feathers, Jungle Cock Substitute feathers are printed on a durable film, giving them strength. The advantages: Excellent design, guaranteed dimensions for a given size, longer durability, easier tying. The feather are used by the normal manner. The Separate feather is destined for binding by usual way.
Pheasant Tail Feathers are an excellent natural material that faithfully mimic the nymphal stage of insects. The material has been used for centuries for patterns such as the March Brown, It is also used in tying of small nymphs, larvae and small sedges.