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    Default FACIAL TISSUE WING CADDIS - FOTW - Sep 10, 2012

    FACIAL TISSUE WING CADDIS


    Here is a very adaptable caddis pattern. Using these techniques and altering the size and color of the materials you should be able to tie a caddis to match any hatch anywhere. I must give credit to my friend David Martin for teaching me many of the techniques used in this fly. His technique for using facial tissue soaked in flexament for the wing material not only allows us to make a wing any size and any color, but tissue paper soaked in flexament floats.

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    Hello Fred,

    Nice fly as usual. I always like the aspect of your flies that utilize readily available materials. I am going to give this one a try.

    Tim

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    Agreeing with Jack ... nice use of household supplies, facial tissue and paint brush bristles. Good looking fly.
    "Give advice when asked. Give praise when appropriate. Give discipline when needed. Give respect always."

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