Published Oct 7. 2022 - 5 months ago

October Caddis/Sedge

Probably the last big natural of the season. The October caddis/sedge can make a great end to the season, these huge caddis flies make a big slash and are eagerly taken by trout that are approaching the spawn.
This pattern is based on the Streaking caddis that works extremely well for the large European hatches of caddis flies. The three big trigger points of the natural are: 1 the bright orange body, 2 the large dark wing and last but not least, the shear size on the fly. This pattern pushes all three buttons and is well worth having in your fly box.

Hook: Mustad Heritage R43AP # 10
Tying thread: Uni 8/0 Orange & Dyneema or GSP
Body: Trout Line super spike dubbing Orange
Wing/head: Black deer hair

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