Published Aug 16. 2023 - 1 month ago

Pro Sportfisher Caddis

Caddis dry flies are a must have in every dry fly box, and in this video we have put danish flytyer and flyfisher Lars Chr. Bentsen behind the vice to demonstrate his bid on a super floatent caddis imitation. Lars tells about the fly. "Using the pre cut and pre printed Caddis Wings from Pro Sportfisher makes is easy and fast to tie a caddis dry fly with a perfect profile. Apart from thread and hook, the fly uses only the Pro Sportfisher caddis wing, FlyRite dubbing to match the hatch and a little CDC, also to match the hatch. You can add antennae if you want and if you’re not sure of the size and colours of the natur."

Hook: Ahrex Dry Fly FW 501 #16
Thread: UNI 8/0 tan
Body: FlyRite dubbing Rusty Olive
Wing: Pro Sportfisher Caddis Wing, coloured brown with marker
Hackle: CDC natural grey

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