Tie tails and a stripped peacock quill on the bend of a hook stem right.
Wrap quill around the hook shank and cut the excess.
Take a CDC hackle, board the fibers along the feather quill and tie it next to the abdomen of the fly. As a result of the tying, the hackle fibers are pushed forward, other eye of the hook.
Keeping with pliers or fingers the tip of the hackle, shift the fibers along the feather quill and tie them next eye. Performing this operation, do converge fibers with the surplus of those of the base, in order to obtain the wings of spent.
Cut the excess hackle.
Take the base of the hackle, reverse it above the fibers of the wings and tie it next eye of hook.
The step seen from above
Cut the surplus of hackle.
Tie head of imitation.
Raise the fibers and cutting to get the wings of spent.
Caenis tied on Hook TMC 2488 size 30