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Antron / Copper Wire / Nymph / tungsten bead. Flashabou /

Green Caddis Nymph

 
tied by fishingbobnelson
Fly Type: Nymphs,
Target Species: Trout,
Recommended Region: Northwest US,
Imitation: Caddis Flies,
Material List:
Hook: Targus 2457 size 16
Thread: Uni-Thread 8/0
Bead: Tungsten 3mm Black
Body: Green Caddis Antron Dubbing
Back: Pearl Flashabou
Rib: Small Copper Ultra Wire
Legs: Brown or Furnace Hackle
Tying Instructions: Slip Bead onto hook and cast on thread. Tie in wire and one strip of Flashabou and wind thread to back past curve of hook. Build thin tapered body with dubbing. Pull Flashabou over top of body and tie off behind bead. Make sure to keep Flashabou on top. Rib with copper wire making about 4 turns and tie off. Tie in hackle feather and make two (2) turns tie off and whip finish.
Presentation Tips: Dead drift or use as a dropper under Caddis emerger.



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