Take a partridge feather and delete the soft fibers of base.
Holding the feather for the tip, I strain the fibers toward the base in order to obtain a extended body. I fix the hackle on a hook grub, which I find particularly suitable for the assembly of extended bodies. Performing this operation I get wings fly represented by fibers that exceed from the extended body.
Near the extended body, I fix a CDC hackle
Wrap the hackle between the hook, the extended body and his feather’s stem.
Fix the hackle next eye of the hook and cut the excess.
Down the feather’s stem of the partridge hackle, fix it next eye and cut the excess. With this operation, compress and block the turns of the CDC hackle on the hook, so that it cannot come loose and stretch along the wings.
Cut the tip of the feather, leaving two fibers to imitate the tails.