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CDC Biot Spinner Trico, 22
The CDC Biot Spinner Trico is an effective imitation of a Trico mayfly in the spinner life stage. This design boasts long and defined split tails and spent wings of CDC for a smooth and dry flush-with-the-surface drift.
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detdesc::Before the days of fancy fly floatants and other products designed to keep dry flies drier for longer, fly tyers relied heavily on the physical properties of natural materials to do the trick.

The Cul du Canard or "CDC" feather of a common duck is found and harvested from an area near the animal's preen glands, the center where natural oils are produced in order to keep the duck warm and dry on the water. CDC feathers are impregnated with these oils and are extremely water repellent, an attribute many fly tyers of the past exploited to keep their flies riding high and dry.

The CDC Biot Spinner Trico is an effective imitation of a Trico mayfly in the spinner life stage. This design boasts long and defined split tails and spent wings of CDC for a smooth and dry flush-with-the-surface drift. This classic will have trout in a frenzy and it'll perform cast after cast.
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  • This fly pattern includes naturally water repellent CDC feathers as wings, allowing it to sit flush with the surface through the drift
  • The fly sports a thick abdomen, prominent tails, and spent wings of CDC feathers
  • Trico imitation in the spinner life stage
  • These bugs are active in the spring from July to October
  • Use as a realistic imitation when matching the hatch during a spinner fall
  • Fish on a dead drift in medium and slow water; slow-moving eddys can be extremely productive during and after a spinner fall
  • Best results early in the morning or later in the evening
  • Minimize surface commotion in clear or shallow water by using long leaders and light tippet
  • Giving the fly a few twitches during the drift can simulate the struggle of a spent insect and attract opportunistic trout
  • When imitating a drowned spinner, it's often useful to use a nymphing strategy with a strike indicator and a short leader
  • Because male spinners fall much earlier than females of the species, it's important to stock your fly box with both a male and female spinner imitation
  • SIZE 20
Leland on Umpqua In 1972 a man named Dennis Black and his fly tying skills found themselves in high demand. Mr. Black, then a professional production fly tyer, was famous in the industry for his unsurpassed skill and speed with whipping up tremendously beautiful and precisely constructed flies. It wasn't long until this young fly tying superstar realized that he ought to take his consistent approach to quality to the next level. Shortly after this realization, a small army of fly tyers had banded together to support Mr. Black's vision. With the likes of Dave Whitlock, Jack Dennis, and Andy Puyans, Mr. Black was officially in business. Dennis Black's new company Umpqua Feather Merchants quickly extended its reach and fly production capabilities with expansion into India, Sri Lanka, and Thailand, where the world's first and full blown "fly tying factories" were built. Since those early days, only the highest standard of excellence has marked Umpqua and this commitment to quality and efficiency continues to spur the company forward. Dennis Black's innovative vision for "fly production" has truly revolutionized how the fly industry operates and has ultimately made the majority of production flies better. From the first "royalty system" for rewarding the most creative professional fly tyers to streamlining production systems and offering a range of other products, Umpqua Feather Merchants just seems to "do it all." Today, Umpqua Feather Merchants is without a doubt the world's best and most prolific supplier of hand tied fly fishing flies as well as fly tying hooks and materials, and they recently got better! Umpqua's brand new, state of the art headquarters in Louisville, Colorado marks another paradigm shift in the way fly tying business is done. From its vast warehouse to its specially designed inventory management and tracking system, Umpqua is poised to continue its energetic trajectory and lead the way for the next generation of flies and fly tyers.
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CDC Biot Spinner Trico, 20
The CDC Biot Spinner Trico is an effective imitation of a Trico mayfly in the spinner life stage. This design boasts long and defined split tails and spent wings of CDC for a smooth and dry flush-with-the-surface drift.
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detdesc::Before the days of fancy fly floatants and other products designed to
keep dry flies drier for longer, fly tyers relied heavily on the
physical properties of natural materials to do the trick.



The Cul du Canard or "CDC" feather of a common duck is found and
harvested from an area near the animal's preen glands, the center where
natural oils are produced in order to keep the duck warm and dry on the
water. CDC feathers are impregnated with these oils and are extremely
water repellent, an attribute many fly tyers of the past exploited to
keep their flies riding high and dry.



The CDC Biot Spinner Trico is an effective imitation of a Trico
mayfly in the spinner life stage. This design boasts long and defined
split tails and spent wings of CDC for a smooth and dry
flush-with-the-surface drift. This classic will have trout in a frenzy
and it'll perform cast after cast.
featdesc::
  • This fly pattern includes naturally water repellent CDC feathers as wings, allowing it to sit flush with the surface through the drift
  • The fly sports a thick abdomen, prominent tails, and spent wings of CDC feathers
  • Trico imitation in the spinner life stage
  • These bugs are active in the spring from July to October
  • Use as a realistic imitation when matching the hatch during a spinner fall
  • Fish on a dead drift in medium and slow water; slow-moving eddys can be extremely productive during and after a spinner fall
  • Best results early in the morning or later in the evening
  • Minimize surface commotion in clear or shallow water by using long leaders and light tippet
  • Giving the fly a few twitches during the drift can simulate the struggle of a spent insect and attract opportunistic trout
  • When imitating a drowned spinner, it's often useful to use a nymphing strategy with a strike indicator and a short leader
  • Because male spinners fall much earlier than females of the species, it's important to stock your fly box with both a male and female spinner imitation
  • SIZE 20
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