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CDC sparkle pupa

Often, to create my fly patterns, I draw inspiration from classic flies and, on this occasion, I wish to propose the CDC version of a mythical fly: the Gary LaFontaine Sparkle Pupa. Gary LaFontaine, great fisherman and ingenious fly tyer, estimated by fly anglers of all the world, with the book "Cad View more...
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CDC sparkle pupa
List of materials
Thread 8/0 Hook grub size 12/14/16 Insect's shuck: CDC and antron Thorax: dubbing Wings and legs: CDC and partridge hackles.
Steps

Step 1

Tie on a grub hook, a yarn of Antron.

Fly tying - CDC sparkle pupa - Step 1

Step 2

Tie a CDC hackle over the Antron yarn

Fly tying - CDC sparkle pupa - Step 2

Step 3

Using the Loop Tool, I wrap the hackle around herself and Antron yarn.

Fly tying - CDC sparkle pupa - Step 3

Step 4

When I get to the hook, tie the hackle on it..

Fly tying - CDC sparkle pupa - Step 4

Step 5

Take the fibers of the hackle, shift them forward, and fix them on the shank of the hook.

Fly tying - CDC sparkle pupa - Step 5

Step 6

Tie the tip of hackle on hook and cut excess

Fly tying - CDC sparkle pupa - Step 6

Step 7

Cut the Antron yarn, leaving a part that protrudes beyond the body.

Fly tying - CDC sparkle pupa - Step 7

Step 8

Create a dubbing to form the chest.

Fly tying - CDC sparkle pupa - Step 8

Step 9

After doing the chest, I go right, after the wings with tying thread.

Fly tying - CDC sparkle pupa - Step 9

Step 10

Tie a partridge feather next to CDC fibers, for the tip, and cut tip.

Fly tying - CDC sparkle pupa - Step 10

Step 11

Wrap two turns of the feather around the hook, tie it and cut the excess.

Fly tying - CDC sparkle pupa - Step 11

Step 12

Tie the head of the fly

Fly tying - CDC sparkle pupa - Step 12

Step 13

Fly finished

Fly tying - CDC sparkle pupa - Step 13

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