Cul de Canard (CDC) Feathers
Since its appearance in the 1980s, Cul de Canard (CDC) has spawned a whole new generation of fly patterns. It has unique light- and air-trapping qualities that send trout into a feeding frenzy. CDC is most commonly found on sedge, midge, and emerger patterns. Each package contains approximately 50 feathers.
- Features unique light- and air- trapping qualities
- Commonly found on sedge, midge, and emerger patterns
- Package contains approximately 50 feathers