Fly Pattern Database / Browse by Topics / Browse by Material
GreenCaddis Fly Tying Hooks
Premium fly tying hooks as low as $2.22 per pack plus free shipping!
We are excited to introduce the GreenCaddis brand fly tying hook to complement our line of fly boxes and scissors. GreenCaddis hooks are made from premium hi-carbon steel and go through a chemical sharpening and polishing process that make the points razor sharp. Our hooks also undergo a unique tempering process to add strength and to ensure the hooks remain sharp even after heavy use. To encourage our customers to try out the GreenCaddis hooks we have all hooks listed at 25% off the retail price and free shipping is also applied to ever hook order. Plus, you can save an additional 25% when you purchase five or more packs of hooks. Click Here for More Info
View Original Forum Topic


Current Tags for This Pattern
/ Antron / Brown / Caddis / Dubbing / emerger / Gold Wire / Red /

deer hair caddis emerger

 
tied by troutscout
Fly Type: Deer Hair,
Target Species: Trout,
Recommended Region: Northeast US,
Imitation: Caddis Flies,
Material List:
Size 10-16 dry fly hook
Brown 6/0 monocord thread
Cream antron yarn
Fine gold wire
Brown cock hackle
Red-brown synthetic dubbing
Deer body hair

Tying Instructions: 1. Tie on a snug thread base along shank
2. Tie in a tail of antron fibers equal to the shank length. Crush and twist the fibers to make a bushy trailing shuck that traps lots of air.
3. While your thread is aft, tie in the gold ribbing wire and the hackle
4. Now twist on some of the synthetic dubbing and build a tapered abdomen and thorax, stopping of the way down the shank.
5. Wrap the wire ribbing with neatly spaced segments.
6. Palmer the hackle forward. This can be done dry style for greater floatation or wet style for more life-like leg action depending on your preference.
7. Next, tie in a nice clump of the deer hair with the tips just extending past the hook bend.
8. Trim the head close to the eye, whip finish, and cement or lacquer depending on preference



10 FTF Members Bookmarked This Pattern
Dave
northerfly
Mr. Trout
nedbm3
Professorfeelgood
ChallengeMe
bow-T
floyd d
newbie tier
vjc
Featured Products

Skagit Master Featuring Ed Ward

Tying & Fishing Stillwater Flies with Phil Rowley

Czech Nymphing 101 and Related Methods

Skagit Master Featuring Ed Ward

Off the Grid
Page Load Time: 0.36242 seconds.