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Old 03-26-2013, 07:46 PM
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Default Re: Caddidflies

I believe that colour is more important in still water than in rivers etc. That has been proven to me by my own experiences. In all cases it is even more important to mimic the movement of the adults as you see them moving on the water. In still water I would locate a school of fish patroling a section of the bank where Caddis were bouncing about, lay my fly out after they went by and then when they were almost back I would twitch the dry and invariably hook or miss a fish. I have taken more fish in the rivers dead drifting a Caddis through the riffles that dead drifting on a lake.
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