Galloup's Ultra Caddis SBS

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  1. ScottP

    ScottP Active Member

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    Kinda like a Henry's Fork Hopper body and Muddler/Lafontaine Spruce Moth front end. Since this comes from a guy who has his shop along the banks of a stream with the occasional caddis, it may be worth a look. Caribou used here because it floats well and it's so easy to spin on a small hook; deer works, too.


    hook - Dai Riki 320 #1
    thread/rib - UTC 70 tan
    abdomen - caribou hair
    wing/head - caribou hair


    Part 1

    mash down barb, attach thread and wrap back to bend

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    clean/stack a clump of caribou and trim tips

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    tie in with 2 soft loops, tighten and allow the hair to 360 around the shank; cover butts with thread and return in front of bend

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    pull hair forward, create first body segment

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    continue forward, creating additional segments (cross thread over top of body)

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    clean, stack and measure (hook gap distance past bend) another clump of caribou; tie down and let butts flair

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    clean another clump, trim tips, 2 soft loops and let it spin; half hitch x 2, SHHAN

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    flip fly over, lay razor on hook eye and push straight back

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    rough cut with scissors to shape head

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    final cut

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    Regards,
    Scott
     
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  2. Red Arch

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    If it catches fish that falls under my dads good fly category.
    Step 1 it works.
    Step 2 it takes less then 5 minutes to tie
     
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