Winter Caddis Pupa by Rich Strolis

Videos — By on August 7, 2009 3:22 pm

This famous Farmington River caddis pattern is tied in this tutorial. The fly is tied in its original state, with some emphasis on exact tying specifics. A great pupa pattern for any fishery that has wingless skating caddis pupa.

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  1. Tony Boicelli says:

    what kind of hackle pliers are those? I have tried everything and they all stink but that one looks like it has holding power.

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  2. conrad kappel says:

    For the winter caddis pupa patterns for hook sizes 18 to 22, what thickness foam is used?


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  3. Bob says:

    Believe it or not, the “hackle pliers” he is using come from Radio shack and are used to hold small wires when soldering. The last time I bought some they came in a package of two that was under $5. I’m thinking $1.50, but I may be wrong. They work great, btw.

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