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Offline Chris

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Emerging Caddis
« on: June 21, 06:51PM »



Emerging Caddis
Hook: #8-18 Curved Caddis/Pupae Hook Barbless
Thread: UTC 70 Denier Tan
Body: Olive Hare-tron Dubbing
Wing: Light Deer Hair
Antennae: 2 Strands of Pheasant Tail
Head: Olive Hare-tron Dubbing,
whip finish three times and head cement
 
This fly works extremely well on all rivers, streams and lakes but is best fished on North Shore Tributaries. It is fished just as you would any dry fly, but only use dry fly dressing on the wing, doing so makes it ride low on the water with the body just under the water to imitate an emerger. Can also be tied in tan. black, white and chartreuse.

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Re: Emerging Caddis
« Reply #1 on: June 21, 07:43PM »
Sweet fly. Nice tie.
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Re: Emerging Caddis
« Reply #2 on: June 21, 08:22PM »
great job Chris!!   Love  emerger patterns this time of year
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Re: Emerging Caddis
« Reply #3 on: June 21, 09:05PM »
Very nice pattern.

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Re: Emerging Caddis
« Reply #4 on: June 24, 02:54PM »
very nice looking fly...i like the addition of the antennae...i tie one similar but have not added them...