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Category Archives: Caddis Nymphs

Breadcrust

Breadcrust

Breadcrust Nymph Fly Tying Video Instructions The Breadcrust Nymph is a great little pattern developed in the 1940s by Rudy Sentiwany.  More recently, the Breadcrust was tied commercially by Ed Rolka and has become a favorite pattern here in Colorado and the West.  As Ed Rolka retired, Pat Dorsey picked up where he left of.  Pat continues to tie… Continue Reading

Caddis Poopah

Caddis Poopah

Fox’s Caddis Poopah Fly Tying Video Instructions The Caddis Poopah is a great caddis pupa emerger pattern developed by Tim Fox.  The Caddis Poopah can tied tied in 2 main colors: Brown and Olive.  In this video we tied the Poopah Brown color.  The Caddis Poopah is best fished on a nymph rig, with the Caddis Poopah as… Continue Reading

Czech Catnip

Czech Catnip

Czech Catnip Fly Tying Video Directions The Czech Catnip is a great Czech Nymphing Fly Pattern.  The Czech Catnip can be tied in many colors, to imitate specific colors of caddis larva, or just in attractor colors.  The Czech Catnip is a heavy fly, and is meant to be fished right near the bottom.  The… Continue Reading

Barr’s Net Builder Caddis

Barr’s Net Builder Caddis

Barr’s Net Builder Caddis Fly Tying Video Instructions The Barr’s Net Builder Caddis is a simple, life like and effective Caddis Larva Pattern.  The Barr’s Net Builder Caddis is the invention of fly tier mastermind John Barr.  The Barr’s Net Builder Caddis can be tied in many different colors, with Olive, Tan and Orange being… Continue Reading

Soft Hackle Peacock

Soft Hackle Peacock

Soft Hackle Peacock Fly Tying Instructions The Soft Hackle Peacock is a classic fly pattern.  The Soft Hackle Peacock is a great caddis emerger and pupa pattern.  The Soft Hackle Peacock was originally designed to be swung in the current, but dead drifting this classic fly is also a productive technique.  The Soft Hackle Peacock… Continue Reading