Iced Cased Caddis - In this tutorial, I showcase a pattern meant to imitate a caddis as it is drifting in the stream while in its case, Aaron Jasper's Iced Cased Caddis. Typically, the case is found attached to a rock or streambed, yet trout will take this pattern as it drifts, possibly due to the green caddis thorax showing as it appears to "emerge" from the case. Vary this pattern by substituting other materials for the case and thorax, though I prefer a tungsten bead to help the fly stay down, while the color black represents a caddis head. Thanks for viewing, and feel free to leave comments/questions on this page, or email: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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Iced Cased Caddis

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In this tutorial, I showcase a pattern meant to imitate a caddis as it is drifting in the stream while in its case, Aaron Jasper's Iced Cased Caddis. Typically, the case is found attached to a rock or streambed, yet trout will take this pattern as it drifts, possibly due to the green caddis thorax showing as it appears to "emerge" from the case. Vary this pattern by substituting other materials for the case and thorax, though I prefer a tungsten bead to help the fly stay down, while the color black represents a caddis head. Thanks for viewing, and feel free to leave comments/questions on this page, or email:
tcammisa@gmail.com

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