CDC Feathers

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CDC feathers are a must in any fly tying workshop. CDC is surely the best material to construct the wings of artificial flies. CDC feathers originate from the duck rump, which is the place surrounding the duck’s oil gland. The feathers are saturated with natural oils, which keeps even the largest artificial flies on the surface of water. CDC feathers are commonly used in all varieties of dry flies and subsurface nymphs or pupae. Moreover, they are often used in dry fly bodies, tails and hackles. The CDC feathers offered by our shop come from the best duck farm in Europe.

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