Biologist Selected. Fish Approved.
Give the gift of success on the fly to your family and fishing buddies with an Ascent Fly Fishing Gift Certificate.
The Deadly Dozen Caddis was purposefully assembled to match more caddis species across more regions and water - throughout the entirety of their life cycle - with a few go-to fly patterns. With 1,261 species of caddis found in the lakes and rivers across North America, and at least 10 times that many fly patterns tied to imitate them, sometimes the fly angler just wants a selection of proven patterns that will get the job done season after season on the water.
The Deadly Dozen Caddis Selection includes the following patterns:
- Jelly Cord Caddis Larva
- Better Buckskin
- BH Breadcrust
- Lafontaine Sparkle Emerger
- Z Wing Caddis
- Chewee Caddis Emerger
- X Caddis
- Elk Hair Caddis
- Parachute Caddis
- Foam Caddis
- Missing Link Caddis
We pride ourselves in the production of quality flies and fishing gear, and want our customers to be 100% satisfied with every purchase they make from Ascent Fly Fishing. That's why we are happy to offer a 30 day return policy on all items that are unused, are in brand new condition, and come back with their original tags and packaging. Items that are returned beyond 30 days will be eligible for store credit, which will be issued in the form of a gift certificate. Items returned without their original packaging and tags, or items that have been used are not eligible for return.
This policy applies to all products we sell with the exception of terminal tackle (leaders, tippets, weights, floatants, indicators, etc.), digital downloads, classes, sale items and Biologist Crafted Fly Selections.
A 10% restocking fee will apply.
The Client will be responsible for paying the shipping costs to return the item. Shipping costs are nonrefundable.
Biologist in a box.
Posted by TAB on 25th Dec 2017
Excellent selection of quality Caddis flies selected by Ascent Fly Fishing biologists who know the rivers I fish. Also bought the Fly Box Organizer DVD so now I know how to place the best selection of flies for each river I fish in an organized fashion in my fly boxes. Going from a fishing mode to a “catching mode” in 2018.