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  1. Sometimes 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"
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