Class V Caddis

Imagine a Caddis fly in the process of growing wings, and about to emerge out of the water. Just as it is about to emerge the bug gets swept into a class V whitewater rapid to get gobbled up by a salmon holding in a pocket of that fast water. This pattern is a good imitation of that caddis emerger that has sunken to the bottom. It’s got a heavy tungsten head and a thick gauge wire hook. All in all it is just a juicy looking morsel for a trout or salmon. Tied on a size 12 curved nymph hook, weighted with brown tungsten bead.

Tied by Logan Messina in Solon, Maine.


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