Published Jul 30. 2017 - 2 years ago
Updated or edited Jul 31. 2017

Shwa Creek Caddis

The Shwa Creek Caddis is a pattern I've adapted over the past couple seasons starting with a simple caddis Pupa pattern. I've added a lightly contrasting rib of UNI-Yarn to dull down the bright chartreuse and added ostrich herl (or dyed black peacock) over the bronze olive Diamond Dubbing I had been using. The ostrich adds a bit of movement to the fly.

Shwa Creek Caddis fly pattern recipe
Hook: Mustad C49s #10-18
Bead: Black brass or tungsten
Thread: Dark olive 6/0 (140d)
Rib: UNI-Yarn Insect Green
Body: Fl. Chartreuse Laser Dubbing
Thorax: Black ostrich herl
Thorax: Bronze olive Diamond Dubbing

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