Cut ginger CDC strands into a tray for use in dubbing the body.
Tie on thread and dub ginger CDC onto thread.
Wrap dubbed CDC onto the hook and taper the body forward so 3/4 of the hook is dubbed.
Take a dun CDC feather and wind it up, in a CDC tool (if you have one).
Form a wing.
Tie in the wing.
Cut the wing back to the length of the hook.
Tie in a hackle and take a few wraps around the hook to form the legs.
Whip finish and the fly is ready for a caddis hatch.
Important Note: DO NOT use wet floatant on the CDC. ONLY use a dry floatant or you will gum up the CDC and ruin the fly.
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