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Old 12-27-2009, 05:26 AM
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-pale-green caddis larva


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Old 01-10-2010, 12:30 AM
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-for spring...



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Old 01-10-2010, 02:18 AM
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The ones with the feather tied the length of the hook on top, look realy good I like the way you have tied them cicvara

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cicvara: Very nice work on the caddis larva. Do you find the colored ones fish any better than the plain ones?

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Old 01-10-2010, 02:50 PM
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-Larry, sure, sometimes fish should help to catch. Thanks.
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Cicvara: Here is my attempt at tying a Caddis Lara like your first pattern, I didn't have the same materials, but wanted to give it a try anyway. I crowded the eye on the second fly a bit! Argh!

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those later ones you did were almost like a scud, but very unusual, and I loved them a lot too
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-Larry, for a start is good, for the head and chest can use the peacock.
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Cicvara,

That first fly at the top of your first post is an absolute knock-out; probably one of the nicest caddis larvae pattterns that I've ever seen! Could you do a step-by-step photo "how to tie" for that pattern? Also, how do you combine the hemp/flash/wool?

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-Larry, for a start is good, for the head and chest can use the peacock.
Cicvara: Thanks, I will try peacock!

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