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CDC Elk Hair Caddis

CDC Elk Hair Caddis

CDC Elk Hair Caddis Fly Tying Instructions The CDC Elk Hair Caddis is a variation of the traditional Elk Hair Caddis.  The CDC Elk Hair Caddis is the more “buggy” version.  The CDC feather imitates the legs and antenna of an adult caddis fly.  The CDC feather adds buoyancy to the fly.  CDC naturally floats… Continue Reading

CDC Caddis Dry

CDC Caddis Dry

CDC Caddis Dry Fly Tying Instructions The CDC Caddis is a great slow water caddis pattern.  The CDC Caddis is less bushy and bulky than the traditional Elk Hair Caddis.  The CDC Caddis can be tied very small, in order to imitate the tiny black caddis that hatch on many western rivers.  The CDC wing… Continue Reading

Chernobyl Ant

Chernobyl Ant

Chernobyl Ant Fly Tying Instructions The Chernobyl Ant is a great hopper and attractor pattern.  The Chernobyl Ant is made of primarily foam, so the fly floats like a cork!  The Chernobyl Ant is best used in the heat of summer, when grasshoppers and terrestrials are most active.  The Chernobyl Ant can be tied in… Continue Reading

Parawulff

Parawulff

Parawulff Fly Tying Instructions The Parawulff is a hybrid fly and a cross between a Parachute Adams and a Wulff Style Fly.  The Parawulff is an extremely effective fly and can be fished as an attractor or a specific mayfly imitation.  The Parawulff has the perfect profile, visibility and flash that makes it one of… Continue Reading

Pearl And Elk Caddis

Pearl And Elk Caddis

Pearl And Elk Caddis Fly Tying Instructions The Pearl and Elk Caddis is a great variation of the traditional Elk Hair Caddis.  The Pearl body on the Pearl and Elk acts as an attractor.  The Pearl and Elk is a great fly on freestone and fast moving rivers.  The fist simple “react” to the fly… Continue Reading