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    Default Rhyacophila caddis

    Rhyacophila SBS

    size:12-8
    tail-partridge
    ribing-mono 0,12mm
    weight-lead wire
    body-condom,beneath condom small amount of ice dub hollo olive
    body cover-thin plastic
    torax cover-greenish rafia
    legs-pheasant
    torax-cream dubbing





    alternative step if you like is to make gills with ostrich fibres



















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    I used pen to color the head...

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    This is really nice. Rather simple for such a realistic outcome. Well done indeed!!
    JJ

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    Thanks JJ

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    Default Re: Rhyacophila caddis

    Madjoni: I agree with JJ, that is indeed a very nice pattern and so realistic, thanks for sharing!

    Larry
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    Madjoni, great job it looks so realistic. Great job!
    Mark

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    Mladen....trout will say YUM!!!!!!!
    outstanding tying

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    Thanks guys

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    Default Re: Rhyacophila caddis

    Super nice tie, Mladen!

    1 Questions:
    --the condom body - do you cut off the "action" section and just use the ring at the bottom?

    Great looking fly. We have a big western Caddis fly too, it's referred to as The October Caddis, it is easily a #8 and bright orange. The larval stage is very important this time of the year.

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    Default Re: Rhyacophila caddis

    Quote Originally Posted by dean_mt View Post
    Super nice tie, Mladen!

    1 Questions:
    --the condom body - do you cut off the "action" section and just use the ring at the bottom?

    Great looking fly. We have a big western Caddis fly too, it's referred to as The October Caddis, it is easily a #8 and bright orange. The larval stage is very important this time of the year.
    Thanks Dean,
    I used ring from the bottom...it is easier to make this or any other 'condom' fly with 'action' section ...
    We have here also october caddis,it is big fly ,dark yellow in color but here is more important adult stage....

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    Stunning work!
    As long as I get a bite, I don't want to leave!

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