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Dry Flies: Tying Dry Fly Patterns

- Designed to ride in, or on the surface film. Dry flies are usually understood to be patterns imitating the adult stage of aquatic insects like mayflies, caddisflies, stoneflies, or midges, but may very well include an incredibly diverse menu of organisms~other aquatic insects like dragonflies and damselflies…terrestrial insects like spiders, ants grasshoppers, caterpillars, moths..
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Triple Wing Caddis Pattern

Friday, January 19th, 2007 at 10:06 pm

I have come to the conclusion that there are some caddis fly patterns that I just plain LIKE to use. Sometimes they catch fish, sometimes they don’t.

Triple Wing Caddis Step By Step Fly Patterns

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Adams Dry Fly
Ant Fly Pattern
Blue Winged Olive
CDC Biot Comparadun
CDC Caddis Dry Fly
Crane Fly Pattern
Dandelion Fly Pattern
Fishy's Hopper Pattern
Grand River Caddis Pattern
Grand River Fly
Griffith's Gnat Pattern
Hendrickson Dry Fly Pattern
Herl-Bodied Dry Fly
Klinkhamer Dry Fly
Mr. Rapidan Dry Fly
Trico Dun & Spinner Pattern
Triple Wing Caddis Pattern

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