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According to Steve Schalla, "the Hemingway Caddis is a variation of the Henryville, developed by Mike  [and Sheralee] Lawson, with a Peacock Thorax and a Blue Dun Hackle for both the collar hackle and the palmered rib. It was named for Jack Hemingway, son of Ernest Hemingway, who preferred this variation when he fished the Henry's Fork in Idaho because he thought the Henryville Special was a little too brown in coloration."   stevenojai.tripod.com/hemingway.htm

Hemingway Caddis - posted in Coldwater Species: A new addition to the fly pattern database has been submitted by Bugsy: Hemingway Caddis

Beginner Fly Tying Tips - Part 10: The Elk Hair Caddis.wmv - YouTube

The Colorado Springs Fly Fishing and Hunting Expo takes place at the Colorado Springs Event Center at Rustic Hills in Colorado Springs Colorado in February.

The Caddis Fly - .Hook: #16 short shanked Body: Raffia/Swiss Straw Wings: Medallion Sheeting Veins: Hackle Stems Legs: Hackle Stems Eyes: Melted monofilament Antennaes: Hackle Stems

The Caddis Fly - Halesus Tesselatus This is an important fly for me. It’s my favorite of all the realistics I have ever tied. It was done for the World Tuscany Open fly tying competition in Italy and won the competition.

Foam Wing Caddis SBS | Washington Fly Fishing

Foam Wing Caddis SBS | Washington Fly Fishing

Written by: Rich Strolis  Merging natural with synthetic materials, the Busted Stone offers a great imitation of these rather complex insects.  Stoneflies will forever be one of my favorite insects to replicate and fish. Some species grow large, making them a joy to fish as you can see them easily on the surface of the water, and due to. . .Read More  »

Book Excerpt: How to Tie and Fish the Busted Stone

Book Excerpt: How to Tie and Fish the Busted Stone - Orvis News

Fly Tying for Beginners a Royal Coachman with Jim Misiura

Fly Tying for Beginners a Royal Coachman with Jim Misiura via John Nordstrom

Carp Crayfish flies How too - YouTube

Fairly in depth video on my favorite, simple, crayfish pattern and some variations that you can use to spice things up a little.

Partridge Caddis - a great pattern to fly fish in riffles or pockets where caddis flies are active.

The Partridge Caddis Fly is a great pattern to fly fish in riffles or pockets where caddis flies are active. The ample hackle also allows this trout fishing fly to be skittered or skated for aggressive fish willing to chase egg laying or hatching flies.

Ebony Jewelwing - Damselflies are a source of food to trout on streams as well as all fish in lakes. They come in many different colors, this is just one. - fly fishing video channel

Video Ebony Jewelwing - Damselflies are a source of food to trout on streams as well as all fish in lakes.

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