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.
Rated 2 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 2 out of 5 by mingoes10 CDC Natural Dun Product quality = good Product quantity = poor Montana Fly = 3 grams for 2 bucks more, same stuff ! If there's 1 gram of material in the White River package, I'll eat it ! January 9, 2013
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