Caddis life cycle swap

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  1. sean_k

    sean_k Active Member

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    [/B]I know alot of guys here travel to Montana, Idaho, and Colorado and we all know there are huge numbers of caddis hatches in all of those states in the spring so anyone want to do a caddis swap? Any stage of the life cycle. Looking for 7-10 tyers say two flys each. Deadline 11th of April.

    1. Sean, puetabah adult, and micks emerger FINISHED
    2. Kim, z-wing caddis, and olive spent caddis RECEIVED
    3. Loopy, Emerger, and Pupa with a UK twist RECEIVED
    4. Ifrank, Triple wing adult, and a partridge emerger RECEIVED
    5. Thesankers, Iris caddis, and Goddard caddis RECEIVED
    6. Chris Reagan, Chucks C.V.(adult), and an Emerger RECEIVED
    7. Brian Thomas, ???? RECEIVED
    8. Mumbles, Jorgensen Hair Wing Caddis, and Jorgensen's Delta Wing Caddis RECEIVED
    9. Steeli- Pupa, and lower water emerger or dry RECEIVED
     
  2. Kim Ferris

    Kim Ferris left-handed sort of way

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    i was getting ready to tie my emergers and pupa for the spring, so if that's ok, sign me up.

    kim
     
  3. Loopy

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    Hi Sean_K

    Seen your post on caddis flies.

    Could you entertain a guy from the UK?

    I have been involved with swaps in the US before.

    If acceptable to you I would like to tie a pupa and an emerger.

    Please let me know I am as keen as mustard and wish I was as good at tying but I do have enthusiam!
     
  4. sean_k

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    Loopy ur in let see what some of that European style looks like.
     
  5. ifrank

    ifrank Peace Love and Fly Fishing

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    I would like to get in on this. I can't say what I'll tie yet. But as soon as I know I will let you know.

    Ian
     
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    I'm in. It's my first swap, I'll try to be worthy. Put me down for Chucks C.V.(adult) and some type of emerger.
     
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    Please sign me up-Iris Caddis

    Thanks,
    Rich
     
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    Oops, A Goddard caddis too.
     
  9. ifrank

    ifrank Peace Love and Fly Fishing

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    OK, I am going to tie a triple wing adult and a partridge emerger.

    Ian
     
  10. Ed Call

    Ed Call Mumbling Moderator Staff Member

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    I'm NOT in, but I've been tying some various caddis patterns. I can't make this timeframe right now, but I'll look forward to seeing the ties in the gallery. Good luck all.
     
  11. Kim Ferris

    Kim Ferris left-handed sort of way

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    okay, so i finally put some thought into it, got out the crystal ball, waved the arms in the air, and waited for voices. replace the generic emerger and pupa with a olive spent caddis and a z-wing caddis.

    kim
     
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    Anyone else want in on this? I'm still shooting for 10 tyers.
     
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    I hosted a Caddis swap and really enjoyed it. Even got some huge steelhead dry patterns.
    I'm interested, but deadline is a little too tight to meet; I'd need another week+ or so.
    Spare time is fishing time during the next couple weeks.....
     
  14. Loopy

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    Let's have steeli in and extend by a further week. No problem for me as my flies tend to meander over the Atlantic/Arctic.
     
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    If you`re still looking to fill a spot , I`d like to get in on this ?
     
  16. Kim Ferris

    Kim Ferris left-handed sort of way

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    extending it a week and getting 2 more tyers works for me, but let's get a couple more replies. some may just have a small window to work with.

    k
     
  17. Ed Call

    Ed Call Mumbling Moderator Staff Member

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    If you all consider extending a week or so I would then enter also...if there is space available. I would need that extra week because I'll just be returning home from the Hoh event and need to tie only during family sleep time. Either way swapmeister and swap tyers, let me know.
     
  18. ifrank

    ifrank Peace Love and Fly Fishing

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    Another week sounds good to me to get a couple more tyers. All your call Sean.

    Mumbles- good to see you found your hat... great to see you found your clothes!

    Ian
     
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    Ed Call Mumbling Moderator Staff Member

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    ifrank, is that my hat in your avatar...and are you having your horse stomp on my hat?
     
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    ifrank Peace Love and Fly Fishing

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    This is Steamboat, the emblem of the University of Wyoming, and the State of Wyoming. He was the bucking horse that couldn't be ridden in the 1900's. So, unless your hat is very old, I don't think it is yours.
     

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