October Caddis Part 3

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tie2fish
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October Caddis Part 3

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After seeing cj's great nymph and dry fly patterns for the October Caddis, I took a shot at a flymph style soft hackled wet version ...

Hook: Daiichi 1530, Size #10
Thread: Pearsall's Gossamer silk #9, Hot Orange
Hackle: Honey dun hen saddle
Tag/rib: Metal copper tinsel
Body: Blend of orange and yellow wool yarns with red fox fur spun in orange thread on Clark block

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squire
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Re: October Caddis Part 3

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Nicely done, looks very effective.

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Eperous
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Re: October Caddis Part 3

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Nice tie, Bill... :D

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Re: October Caddis Part 3

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How did I miss this? Very nice Bill, time to break a few of those out...its the season! CJ
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Re: October Caddis Part 3

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Thanks, guys. I'm planning to give this pattern a good tryout in the Beamoc area this coming weekend :) .

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