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Redheaded CDC Callibaetis

Redheaded CDC Callibaetis Nymph Fly Tying Video Instructions

Redheaded CDC Callibaetis Nymph Fly Tying Video InstructionsThe Redheaded CDC Callibaetis is a great lake and stillwater pattern.  The Redheaded CDC Callibaetis is great when fished behind a larger fly, such as a Woolly Bugger or Leech.  The Redheaded CDC Callibaetis is more colorful and “catchy” version of a Callibaetis pattern.  The extra color really helps the fly stand out and trigger fish to eat.  The color Red has always been a popular color for trout.  And combining this color with an already effective pattern is a sure bet!!  Visit Herman’s 3D Fly Library – Fly Tying Clips.com

Redheaded CDC Callibaetis Fly Tying Recipe:
Hook: #14-16 Tiemco 2302 >>
Thread: UNI 17/0 >>
Beads: 1/16″ and 3/32″ or 5/64″ and 7/64 ” Metallic Red Tungsten Beads >>
Tail: Brown Ostrich Herl >>
Body: Small Tan or Brown D-Rib >>
Casing: Buggy Brown Medallion Sheeting >>
Gills1: Light Olive UV Ice Dub >>
Gills2: Brown or Callibaetis CDC >>
Glue: Loon UV Fly Finish >>
Curing Light: UV Laser >> or Loon Powerlight >>

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