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Crocheted Caddis Pupa Fly

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About the Crocheted Caddis Pupa Trout Fly

The Crocheted Caddis Pupa was created by Torill Kolbu who is not only one one of the worlds leading fly tiers but she is also a member of the Norwegian World Championship fly fishing team.

She explains how she uses this fly, "I fish the pupa upstream to rising fish in Jim Leisenring style. I let the fly sink and lift the rod tip just in front of the rise so that the pupa rises to the surface".

Creator of this trout fly: Torill Kolbu

Tier of this trout fly: Mandy Shelvey

Country of origin for this trout fly: Norway

This trout fly is designed to be fished on Rivers & Streams

Pattern Dressings

  • Hook : 8-16.
  • Silk : Black 8/0.
  • Under body : Dubbing or floss, colour to suit.
  • Body : One strand of green antron body yarn and one strand of lime green body yarn, crotcheted up body.
  • Thorax : Dark grey dubbing.
  • Legs : Brown partridge fibres.
  • Antennae : Two long bronze mallard fibres.

The size of antron strands to suit size of hook. Create the crocheted body using any two colours of your own choice. Partridge K12 Caddis Longshank.

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