Published Jul 4. 2022 - 1 year ago

Egg Laying Fluttering Caddis

Caddisflies are perhaps one of the most important food-sources in freshwater for trout and graylings - both as nymphs and hatched insects. The swarms of insects can be massive and can lure even the most skeptical fish on the fins and inhale them. In this video we have teamed up with the skilled Dutch fly tyer and fly fisherman Jan De Haas, who demonstrates an egg-laying version of a caddis- give it a try.

Hook: Ahrex FW531, Sedge Dry # 10
Thread: White
Egg: Chartreuse Tying thread
Body: Natural dark grey CDC
Wing: Natural dark grey CDC and natural deer-hair

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