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About tying and fishing sedges


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 go to "Double Legs"

Double Legs

See "Duck's extended body" by clicking here

Duck's extended body

See "A New Look at the Grannom" by clicking here

A New Look at the Grannom

Find "Steelhead Beetle" here

Steelhead Beetle

Directly to "Grantham's Sedge"

Grantham's Sedge

"The Italian Job" is found here

The Italian Job

More about "Rackelhanen"

Rackelhanen

Skip to "Realism, Thorntons Way"

Realistic Flies

Proceed to "Simo Lumme" here

Simo Lumme

Find "The Real Deer Hair" here

The Real Deer Hair

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Witch’s Brew

Witch's Brew, The Magic New Sedge Fly. Catch a fish of a life time with Fly Fishing Podcast. We Have the flies and attics that will help you hookup

Hook Kamisam B 105 # 12 - 10
Red Uni thread
Body Celtic Flycrafe fiery black seals fur dubing
Wing slicated blake polyprperlain

Beer of the Wychwood Brewery, Dr Thirsty's No. 4 Blonde.

We'll help you catch a fish of a life time.

Original CDC Bubble Sedge

Materials Used;
Hook, Size 12 Dry Fly
Thread, UTC 70 Brown
Body, Natural Fur Fox Squirrel Dubbing
Wing, Natural CDC Cul de Canard
Thorax, Natural Fur Fox Squirrel Dubbing
Horns, Bronze Mallard Fibres

Emerger Caddis Pupa

Materials Used;

Hook, Size 14 Barbless Grub
Thread, Brown
Under-Body, Copper Wire
Body, Golden Olive SLF Dubbing
Body Case, Synthetic Clear or Natural Raffia
Hackle, Light Furnace or Greenwells Indian Hen
Thorax, Fiery Brown SLF Dubbing
Horns, Bronze Mallard Fibres

K's (Kingrey's) Better Foam Caddis
Hammer Creek Fly Fishing ties K's (Kingrey's) Better Foam Caddis
Tube October Caddis Trout Fly
This fun video explores the October Caddis: one of the most fun flies to fish for trout and steelhead during the fall across the Western United States and BC.