The tiny CDC fly I call Fluffy
They are both tied on a Gamakatsu C12-BM barbless midge hook size #30. I'ts a very easy pattern to tie. Use a small CDC feather where the barbs are of the same length at the top. Tie in a thin tying thread and trap the top barbs of the feather and double it back (sometimes it's easier if you use a bodkin to hold the "bubble" that is formed) and tie in just before the eye of the hook. Then making a few turns in front of the rest of the feather you make it "stand up". When you think it looks good just whip finish and snip off the waist leaving part of some barbs as a wing and you're finished. I believe in this fly and will try it out this season. Even though I haven't tried I guess it can be made just as easy on bigger hooks. So until next post ...
Kind greetings and tight fly tying threads,
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