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This link takes you to "The Super Pupa"

The Super Pupa

"This fly is NOT called Europe!" is found here

This fly is NOT called Europe!

Click to see "Double Legs"

Double Legs

More about "Duck's extended body"

Duck's extended body

Go to "A New Look at the Grannom"

A New Look at the Grannom

This link takes you to "The Action Emerging Caddis"

Action Emerging Caddis

Find "Hare's Ear Bug" on this page

Hare's Ear Bug

Go to "My First Fly Hatch"

My First Fly Hatch

More about "Shark's Caddis Larva"

Shark's Caddis Larva

Skip to "Rackelhanen"

Rackelhanen

Go to the article "The Tabou Caddis Emerger"

The Tabou Caddis Emerger

Go to the article "Klarälven - a quest for grayling"

Klarälven

Videos with "Caddis" - More videos about about this subject
Peacock Caddis
Hook: 10-18 Thread: black or brown Body: peacock herl Wing: deer, or elk body hair Hackle: grizzly and brown
Rough Water Caddis
Detailed instructions for tying a Rough Water Caddis. In Norwegian, the fly is called a Dyret.
Egg Laying Caddis

Hook:Std/Semi-Dropped #12 - #20
Thread: Black
Egg Sack: Olive dubbing
Body: Dark tan dubbing
Hackle: Grizzly
Wing: Deer Hair

X-Caddis
Short video tutorial on how to tie the X-Caddis fly
Folke Fly
A quick caddis fly tied in Roy Christies reversed parachute style.