Strain along the quill the fibers of a CDC feather and tie it on a grub hook
Converge the fibers of the base of the hackle with the fibers that exceed from the extended body, and tie it on the hook.
Cut the excess of the feather.
Fix one or two feather of CDC (depends on how thick their fibers are) near the extended body and cut excesses
wet the fibers that exceed from extended body so they do not disturb the operation that I am doing.
Take a stripped peacock quill
Tie quill on hook and wrap the tying thread around it and the two feathers, which I keep in tension with fingers.
When I reach the length that I intend to give the body that comes from the insect’s shuck, I go back, crossing the coils of tying thread with those wrapped previously.
Wrap the quill arond the two CDC hackles
Tie the quill on hook and cut excess.
I dry the CDC fibers.
I bring forward the fibers, without stretch them, tie them next the eye of the hook and cut excesses
Lean forward the body of the fly, and after to have stretched the fibers of the tips of the feathers along the quill, I tie them next to the eye of the hook.
Cut excesses of the two hackles.
Tie the head of the fly.
Trim the tip of the feather with whom I have created the extended body, leaving two fibers to imitate the tails.
Trim a part of the fibers of the tails