In the canyon last friday, my CDC caddis ties were impressing everyone in the boat. I was using regular undyed home plucked mallard, but it was a cool grannom gray. People were even asking me "What is CDC? Where did you hear about them?" Then I brought up the 22 inch fish! But it seemed like it was one fish per fly. After getting slimed, they just didn't sit as pretty. I tried swishing them around, then desiccating powder, and managed to get them partially revived, but just to the living-dead state. The casanova style dubbed deer hair body ones floated better, but the wings were dead. What should I do, duck the "honey-do" list and tie a several dozen? I'd better just forget the dubbed deer hair bodies, they take too long. The regulars are so simple, dubbing/wing! Or is there a secret streamside revival method?