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[Video] How to Tie a Foam Body Caddis

Today being Mother’s day swarms of Caddis flies are coming to a river near you, are you ready? Gilbert Rowley from FlyTying123 is here help you out with an excellent foam body caddis pattern in this fly tying video tutorial. The great thing about caddis is their awesome abundance from now until late fall. The […]

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[Video] Tying an X-Caddis

Hammer Creek Fly Fishing ties an X-Caddis

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[Video] CDC Soft Hackle Caddis Emerger

Hammer Creek Fly Fishing ties a CDC Soft Hackle Caddis Emerger

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Tying Flies with Davie McPhail Small Emerger Caddis

Davie McPhail ties a small emerger Caddis.

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[Video] Chimarra Caddis Larva

In this fly tying video from Tightline Productions, Matt Grobert ties his version of the Chimarra Caddis Larva, a super simple fly pattern (just the way I like them). Grobert demonstrates how even such a simple pattern can make for a very attractive and imitative pattern that trout will find hard to resist. Chimarra Caddisfly […]

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[Video] Davy Wotton Cinnamon & Brown Emerger Caddis (Variant)

Master fly tyer Davie McPhail demonstrates how to tie a Cinnamon/Brown Emerger Caddis, a variant of a Davy Wotton’ emerger caddis pattern. Cinnamon & Brown Emerger Caddis Material List Hook: Fulling Mill Super Grub size 12 Thread: Uni-Thread 8/0, Orange Rib: Clear Nymph Wrap or Tinsel Body: SLF Dubbing, Cinnamon Thorax Cover: Cock Pheasant Tail […]

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[Video] October Caddis Pupa by Rich Strolis

Rich Strolis of Catching Shadows demonstrates how to tie his October Caddis pupa pattern in this fly tying video. October Caddis Fun Facts October Caddis or Fall Caddis are a fall treat for trout in both Western and Eastern streams, although it is not the same species of caddis fly on both coasts. Regardless of […]

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[Video] Mother’s Day Caddis by Craig Mathews

Craig Mathews of Blue Ribbon Flies demonstrates how to tie a hackled Iris Caddis for the ever popular Mother’s Day Caddis hatch. This pattern works great in heavy water, as an attractor and in dry-dropper rigs because it floats so well. Craig’s tip of winding the peacock herl around the thread is a good one, […]

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[Video] Cased Caddis by Rich Strolis

Rich Strolis demonstrates how to tie Case Closed, a cased caddis pattern that works wonders in the spring on freestone rivers such as Rich’s home stream, the Farmington River in Connecticut. This pattern will do the trick on any river where Caddisflies are abundant. A great pattern that only uses 3 materials and is featured […]

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[Video] The 2-Fly Dry by Rich Strolis

Rich Strolis demonstrates how to tie his 2-Fly Dry, a three step surface pattern that can imitate stoneflies and caddis flies on the top of the waters surface. This fly rides flush in the film and fools even the wariest of trout. 2-Fly Dry Material List Hook: TMC 100, size 10 – 20 Thread: UTC […]

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