How tie dry fly - beetle dcd

Posted By: Marco Della Noce In: Dry flies On: Comment: 0 favorite Hit: 1853

Summer is often asked, "What will our fish friends eat?" Here is an imitation that could give some satisfaction, with this hunting fly I wanted to give my own interpretation of a beetle.

Beetle Cdc is a dry hunting fly.

Summer is often asked, "What will our fish friends eat?" Here is an imitation that could give some satisfaction, with this hunting fly I wanted to give my own interpretation of a beetle, of course it is not black and with six legs, but one of the things I think when I tie a fly is to try to give true resemblance and movement to my imitation, here is how beetle cdc is born, seen from below, the sight that a fish should have, looks like a cockroach with elastic legs if they move in the water. A positive point of this hunting fly is also its lightness, it is built in such a way that it does not create problems during launch and allows you to fish even with tip of 0.14

Below you will find the fly tying video and the complete dressing of the fly tying material that I used. If you want to buy it you can do it in our shop.

Dressing
Hook: Dry fly C barbless hooks 25pcs
Body: Cul de canard and Ice Dubbing
Wing: Antron yarn thread
Legs: Centripede legs
Thread: Standard thread

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