Published Dec 20. 2022 - 2 months ago

Cree Sedge

Some of the most important contents in a dry fly fisherman's box are caddis or sedge flies. In many streams and lakes, the "clumsy" insect is really something that can get the fish's attention when they flutter and flutter on the surface. In this video we have had Dutch fly fisherman and fly tyer Jan De Haas in the studio to tie one of his favorite patterns - the Cree Sedge.

Hook: Ahrex Dry Light – FW503 # 14
Thread: Brown
Body: Brown goose biot
Wing: Elk Hair
Thorax: Troutstalker Andrew’s Scruffy Dubbing, Boosted Natural
Hackle: Cree hackle

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