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October Caddis

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  • Beadhead Breadcrust

    Beadhead Breadcrust

    We'll be honest: we have no idea where the name Breadcrust originated. Regardless, it is one heck of a caddis pattern!  An excellent imitation of both the cased caddis life stage and the freshly emerged caddis pupa, this fly pattern will cover a...

  • Rockroller Cased Caddis Larva

    Beadhead Rockroller

    The most realistic cased caddis larva fly pattern in the shop, the BH Rockroller is a spot on imitation of a host of caddis species!  Tied with combination of white, brown, black, and tan rubberleg material and finished with a black beadhead...

  • Beadhead Woven Net Spinning Caddis Larva

    Beadhead Woven Net Spinning Caddis Larva

    Mirroring the segmented body, dark back, and creamy gill covered belly of the actual net spinning caddis, the Beadhead Woven Net Spinning Caddis Larva is a precisely tied fly pattern that will even fool a lonely caddis larva in the water!  The...

  • Beadhead Woven Yellow Caddis Larva

    Beadhead Woven Yellow Caddis Larva

    The Beadhead Woven Yellow Caddis Larva is a generalist fly pattern that is intended to match a number of caddis species across the country.  Out of the 1,261 species of caddis found in North American waters, this pattern will match more than half of...

  • Better Buckskin

    Better Buckskin

    A newer and flashier version of the traditional buckskin caddis larva, we've added a flashback to the Better Buckskin in order to make this pattern pop in the water and seduce the predator nature of the trout.   Dry/Wet:  Wet Fly...

  • Buckskin


    Simple but effective, the Buckskin (often known as the Buckskin Nymph) is a killer caddis larva pattern that consistently produces fish on lakes and rivers across the US.  Particularly effective at tricking highly selective or skittish fish, the...

  • Dry Caddisfly Selection

    Dry Caddis Fly Selection

    With 18 families and 1,261 species of caddis found in lakes and rivers across North America, the caddisfly is one of the most important foods in the trout's diet. For all intents and purposes, caddisflies are just aquatic moths. Unlike midges, mayflies,...

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  • Yellow Jelly Cord Caddis Larva Green Jelly Cord Caddis Larva

    Jelly Cord Caddis Larva

    The first and longest life cycle of the caddisfly, the Jelly Caddis Larva is tied in key sizes and colors, which allows it to match more species on more waters over a greater number of seasons than any other larva pattern...

  • October Caddis

    October Caddis

    One of the largest caddis species on the water, the October Caddis looks like something that would fight Godzilla in a 1970's Japanese monster movie.   In addition to its large size, the October Caddis is unique due to its burnt orange color...

  • October Caddis Pupa

    October Caddis Pupa

    Like a massive orange submarine lurking beneath the surface of the water, the October Caddis are the giants of the North American Caddis.  One of the last major hatches of many Western streams and rivers, the October caddis pupa are sizable,...

  • Parachute Caddis

    Parachute Caddis

    Don't let the name of this pattern fool you and make you think that it is only effective during the caddis hatch!  The Parachute Caddis is one of our favorite and most versatile crossover patterns, and can be fished with equal success as either an...

  • Olive Sparkle Caddis Pupa Tan Sparkle Caddis Pupa

    Sparkle Caddis Pupa

    The Sparkle Caddis Pupa (or LaFontaine Caddis Emerger) was the brainchild of caddis aficionado and renowned angler Gary LaFontaine.  Tied to imitate the emerging caddis pupa with its mature wings ready to spread from its pupal skin, this pattern can...

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