A very simple yet functional caddis larva that can be tied in various colours and sizes. If you would like a lighter weight larva that can be fished closer to the surface just omit the tungsten bead and complete the … Continue reading How to tie a simple caddis larva
Another good simple pattern that is quick & easy to tie. This generic caddis pupa has a couple of nice techniques and can be tied in a number of sizes, colours and weight to match your hatch or favourite pocket … Continue reading How to tie a simple Caddis pupa
A twisted Antron yarn segmented abdomen makes this easy caddis larva a nice alternative to dubbed bodies. Continue reading Antron yarn caddis pupa
A semi realistic caddis pupa thats a real easy tie. Just learn the technique and change the colour of Antron to match your hatch. Hook: Mustad C49S # 10-16 Tying thread: Sheer Cream or tan Body: Cream Antron yarn & … Continue reading How to tie Antron caddis pupa
Tying with melt glue does require a little more practice and patience than most regular materials. But the results can be rewarding! Melt glue is a material that one has to get used to using. Once its mastered, it can be put to use not only in developing new patterns but also as a substitute in existing ones. Melt glue guns come in various sizes from hobby to industrial, I find the hobby size not only the cheapest but also the easiest to employ. Another advantage with the hobby gun is the amount of different glue that is available. Although … Continue reading Fly Tying with a gun
This is a quick Friday night, simple and realistic melt glue caddis pupa. Although it takes a little practice to master the use of melt glue, once mastered its a great material. Continue reading A quick and simple one for Friday night.
Bee Cee Caddis Pupa video tutorial Hook Mustad C49S curved caddis # 6 -14 Thread Dyneema Gills Ostrich herl Body Fine leather strip (chamois) Under body Dubbing / Lead free wire if required Legs Partridge hackle & CDC Collar/Head Hares ear dubbing & CDC Dubbing Each summer a few fishing freinds and I make the annual fishing trip from our home town Skien in southern Norway to Lofsdalen in Sweden. A journey that under normal circumstances will take six hours driving, from door to door. Lofsdalen is acctually known for two things, skiing and bears. During the winter, when the … Continue reading Bee Cee Caddis Pupa
Bee Cee Caddis Pupa