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Micke.H posted a topic in The Fly Tying BenchHere is one new from my vice, I think the trout going to like it.
Simple Caddis Pupa
McFlyLures posted a topic in The Fly Tying BenchSometimes you want to fill up a box with some caddis. When doing so, you dont always want a fly that take a long time to tie, instead you want something thats quick and easy. Well this is that fly. This caddis pupa is quite simple and quick to tie, and you can tie 8-10 an hour. They work with multiple sized hooks, and you can even use different colors as well. It is easy, and effective, which is what you want in a fly. Something you dont mind loosing too much, and something you can tie up easily, to insure you always have it in your box. Hook: Firehole Sticks #316 in size 12 Weight: Lead Wire in .010 and .025 sizes Thread: Veevus 10/0 in Brown Ribbing: Small D-Rib in Olive Dubbing: Hairtron in Olive and Brown Head Cement: Solarez "Ultra Thin"
Simple Deep Pupa
Petr Holecek posted a topic in Step by Step Patterns & TutorialsSimple Deep Pupa is one of my favourite sedge deep pupa patterns. I use it mostly in the summer and early autumn during caddis hatch. Sometimes also during the day when insect activity is not visible. I fish it at the end of the rig in combination with any lighter pupa as a dropper. I lead it passively across the current with the help of floating line and I recommend to revive it sometimes with moderate line dragging or with short slow pull against the stream. The fly can be bound in various head and body color modifications – olive, green, tan, brown etc. The actual pupa size and color on the river can be easily determined by using the net and “Match the hatch” method or with a marrow spoon. Tutorial is also available on - http://splitcane.czweb.org/flytying/simple_deep_pupa.pdf Material list Thread: Light brown 8/0 Head: Black or copper bead, size 3.3 Hook: Tiemco 2312, size 10-12 Body: Wapsi Ginger Antron or similar material Rib: Copper wire or tinsel Thorax: Natural dark or dark orange Hare Ear Hackle : Brown hen 1. Place the hook with a black bead in the vice jaw. I prefer a black bead but you can also use silver, gold or another color. 2. Attach the copper wire for the body rib. Tie it at the bend of the hook as is shown by the arrow. 3. Prepare the Antron dubbing. Wind the dubbed thread forward to create the tapered body of the pupa. Leave some space for the hackles and thorax at the head of the fly. I prefer Antron for this pupa body. You can also use another shiny syntetic dubbing material like SLF or True Dub. The glitter of the material simulates gas inside a pupa. 4. Rib the body from a bend to the eye with the wire. Fix it with thread behind the bead head. 5. Create thorax. Prepare brown hen feather and wrap it between the body and the bead head. 6. Prepare the Hare Ear dubbing from a hare mask. Cut away a few tufts of underfur with the guard hairs from the mask. Place the fur in the palm and mix up fibres with forefinger. You can use special dubbing rake instead. Comb out longer dark hair from the mask and use it as the dubbing. 7. Arrange Hare Ear dubbing on the thread and tie it between hackles. Comb out the new thorax and pupa body with a dubbing needle or Velcro. 8. Whip finish the fly. Remove the hook barb and Simple Deep Pupa is ready. Similar pupa patterns: Silver Deep Pupa Hare Ear Deep Pupa Tight lines !
Larry Glatt posted a topic in The Fly Tying BenchDoes anyone know of patterns for lake insects; preferably for Maryland or Mid-Atlantic; thank you