Published Sep 5. 2019 - 6 months ago

CDC & Partridge Caddis

CDC & Partridge Caddis is a general attractor pattern that i use whenever i am not sure what are fish eating. It represents caddis or stone fly insects but fish will take it as a hopper too if presented as such. Despite being a dry fly it can be used as wet fly when we suspect that caddis flies are diving to lay eggs.
it connects subtle presentation of cdc flies and nice movements of partridge and other materials used.
thank you for watching
Tight lines
Vladimir

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Martin Joergensen

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I just wanted to say thanks for sharing one of my videos.
I am very glad you liked it (cdc and partridge caddis, by oholis flies).
Best regards

Vladimir

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