Saturday, April 26, 2008

Split Thread CDC Midge


A hatching midge imitation...

Hook: Curved TMC 2488
Body: Split thread dubbing loop with black CDC fibers
Wing: White CDC puff

6 comments:

BLUEANGLER said...

Wow! Vlad...

This is an awesome tie as usual! This is my first time see the CDC puff for midge pattern! the shape is just fantastic... just like the midge pull themself off... increadible and artistic pattern! Thanks for posting!

Mark

flyfishingunlimited said...

Thanks Mark...I just wanted to tie something simple and quick. I haven't tried them on the water yet :-(

Cameron said...

Excellent and useful tie. I'll look forward to your report on how they work.

Jeremy said...

Wow, a fine fly VLad. I've never seen a midge pattern like this one at all.

Impressive. I'll have to take the hint and tie a few for myself and see...

Thanks. I think this is the 1st post I've ever made to a blog!

Jeremy.

Jeremy said...

Wow, a fine fly VLad. I've never seen a midge pattern like thi sone at all.

Impressive. I'll have to take the hint and tie a few fro myself and see...

Thanks. I think this is the 1st post I've ever made to a blog!

Jeremy.

flyfishingunlimited said...

Thanks Jeremy,

I am glad you like it. I guess if you tie the CDC wing butt-first (in the regular fashion), you'll get a nice little black caddis. Could be a useful one for tomorrow ;-)

Thanks for posting in my blog!
Vlad