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Caddis flies

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Caddis flies. Get inspired and try out new things.
Glass Caddis Simple Pupa - Fly Tying

Material used: Hook – Barbless: Demmon Competition G602 #10-14 Tying thread – Uni 8/0 black Under-body thread : yellow Perdigon Body Thread Body: Micro Half Body Glass Yellow Thorax: Troutline…

Caddis Flies

Andersons Bird of Prey - Black Andersons Bird of Prey - Brown Andersons Bird of Prey - Olive Andersons Bird of Prey - October Caddis Andersons Bird of Prey - Tan Anne's Stickfly Antigo Caddis Antron Spent Caddis Au Sable Queen Balloon Caddis Bird's Caddis Black Caddis Black Hole Caddis Emerger Body Glass Caddis Larvae Bossano's Stick Caddis Breadcrust Brown Dredgebug Caddis Creeper Caddis Emerger Caddis Larvae Caddis Nymph Caplis CDC & Elk Championship Caddis Collared Caddis Colorado Caddis…


To the fly fisherman who uses dry flies, the thrill of top water hit from a lunker trout cannot be topped. It's like slam -dunking a basketball.

Preparing for October Caddis - RiverKeeper Flies

It might be early talking about and preparing for October Caddis. Here are pics of the real bug and my favorite fly patterns to imitate them.

The Hopper Juan: The Caddis are coming!

The caddis are coming, the caddis are coming!! Like a big storm formed in the Pacific headed east, we all can see it coming. There is no doubt that the big hatch on the Arkansas is going to happen. Starting today, the weather and conditions will make sure it happens. There were some caddis out last week when the water temperatures were just right, for a little bit. With the cooler weather, the water temps dropped back into the 40s. As the air temps hit 60 and above, it will certainly warm…

Halesus Tesselatus Realistic Caddis Fly

The Caddis Fly - Halesus Tesselatus This is an important fly for me. It’s my favorite of all the realistics I have ever tied. It was done for the World Tuscany Open fly tying...

Peacock Caddis by Nicole March – Dette Flies

The Peacock Caddis is a simple, yet standard staple in any fly box, and is productive in many conditions. This pattern works well and is an easy tie that you can change up with sizes as needed. We like this fly in riffle and pocket water when not much is hatching. The peacock herl is a great attractor and has been used in countless patterns, showcasing the effective use of this material. Hook: Partridge Ideal standard dry fly hook #12 or Sprite All Purpose Dry Thread: 6/0 Black Uni 6/0…