Published Jul 3. 2024 - 2 weeks ago

Pro Sedge

A few materials and a wing that can give the characteristic triangular profile and make the fly super buoyant is the keywords behind this fine caddis imitation, which we have had our Swedish friend Håkan Karsnäser to demonstrate the tying of. When the caddis flies are hatching, the fish in both running and still-water can rarely resist a well-presented imitation. The fly should float well and have the correct triangular profile and preferably a bushy look as well, all these elements will be well covered in this video when Håkan is tying the Pro Sedge.

Hook: Ahrex Dry Long - FW570 # 10
Thread: Black
Body: Swiss CDC, Artic Fur
Wing: Pro Sportfisher Caddis Wing, colored with permanent marker
Abdoment: Deerhair

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