I shift the fibers of a CDC hackle along the stem
I tie the hackle on a hook grub, as if I were tying the Mirage 2.
In the same point, I tie a stripped Peacock quill and cut the excess.
Keeping tense the extended body and the quill, I beginning to wrap around them the tying thread with wide turns.
When I reach the length that I intend to give to the extended body , I stop and go back, crossing the tying thread coils with those wrapped previously. Arrived on the hook, I stop.
Taking tense the CDC hackle, I wrap the peacock quill around the extended body.
When I arrived on the hook, I tie the quill and cut the excess.
I cut also the excess of the extended body.
I raise the rest of the hackle upright.
I choose two tips of rooster hackles.
I tie the hackles tips on both sides of the extended body.
I trim the hackles excesses
In the same point I tie a small grizzly hackle and trim excess.
Still in the same point, I tie a peacock herl, wrap it around the shank of the hook, to get the chest, and cut the excess.
I wrap two or three turns of grizzly hackle around the chest to imitate the legs and cut excess.
I reverse the CDC hackle over the chest and tie it near the eye of hook.
Keeping tense the tip of the hackle, I shift the fibers back and tie them next the eye of hook. Cut the excess of the hackle.
Tie the head of the fly
When I tie the head of fly, I lower the CDC fibers horizontally.
I cut a part of the CDC fibers to imitate the antennas of the midge and the fly is finished.