Tie on one peacock herl. This will be used for the ribbing later.
Wrap thread around hook to form a thin, tapered body.
Wrap peacock herl forward to form 5-6 ribs.
Tie in 2 CDC feathers for the wing. Use a CDC wing tool, to form the wing, if you have one.
Cut the CDC wing to match the length of the hook.
Tie in a brown neck hackle.
Wrap hackle to form legs on the fly.
Whip finish and the fly is ready for those spring, caddis days.
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