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Re: Caddis Swap

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Count me in! Pattern to be named later.
JH

Posted on: 2007/10/3 22:32
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Re: Caddis Swap

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I'd like to get in on this too with any color elk hair pattern. You guys pick the color. I need the experience tying elk hairs.

Posted on: 2007/10/4 10:33


Re: Caddis Swap

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I would like to have at least 12 tyers again. So if you have any interest in joining please let me know.

Currently this is the signed up list. When you decide on colors or patterns just let me know so that everyone else can know what is being tyed. Thanks again for all who signed up!

1 DJMyers - Tan Elk Hair Caddis
2 PennsCreek -
3 JayL - Cased Peeking Caddis
4 StudentOfTheStream -
5 Bruno -
6 Flydog -
7 FlyFishermanJ -
8 MediClimber - Elk Hair Caddis (color?)

Posted on: 2007/10/4 11:14


Re: Caddis Swap

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Ok, I'm in... tent wing parachute caddis. Good, hi-vis but small dry caddis pattern.

I'd like to encourage someone to go with a pupae pattern or two. I generally fish larvae and adults but I don't fish pupae enough..I'd like some pattern ideas to come out of this swap...just a suggestion.

Posted on: 2007/10/4 11:34


Re: Caddis Swap

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I'm with you there Tom. I often fish the larva and if I see a few the adults but rarely if ever the pupa. I'll volunteer myself for a pupa pattern. I'll have to do some digging and experimenting till but mark me down for a caddis pupa.

Posted on: 2007/10/4 12:38
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Re: Caddis Swap

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Okay, make my Elk hair black.

Posted on: 2007/10/4 12:48


Re: Caddis Swap

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Put me down for a tan cdc & elk. For those of you who haven't tried it, it's a great pattern.

Posted on: 2007/10/4 13:30
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Re: Caddis Swap

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So, where do we stand on this swap? I got a dozen #16 black elk hair tied so far. These don't have hackle on the body so you can fish them as a dry or emerger. It's a pattern from back in 1978 put out by Orvis. How's everyone else doing? And when it's time to send these things out where do I send them?

Posted on: 2007/10/7 13:18


Re: Caddis Swap

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I think he's gonna email all that info when he gets it together. You in a hurry?

Posted on: 2007/10/7 13:42


Re: Caddis Swap

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I am up for this one. Let me know if you still have room. Also here is my email for all the particular's.

mlp2147@gmail.com

Mike

Posted on: 2007/10/7 14:34


Re: Caddis Swap

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Nope, no hurry. But, there's a ten month old in the house and I don't want him hiding the stash. It's amazing how fast he can see something, grab it, and it never is found again. One day I guess I'll move a piece of furniture and his "treasure" will be found.

Posted on: 2007/10/7 15:01


Re: Caddis Swap

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They are smarter than that...they don't have one big stash...they tend to scatter things in different hiding places throughout the house. And another reason to tie barbless, at least for a little while.

Posted on: 2007/10/7 16:31


Re: Caddis Swap

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If there is room I would like to join swap
beadhead caddis pupa
let me know ?
thanks (beadhead2)

Posted on: 2007/10/7 18:01


Re: Caddis Swap

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on second though count me out of this one, work and archery season is keeping me busy enough

Posted on: 2007/10/7 21:58
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Re: Caddis Swap

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beadhead2,

Can you PM me your recipe, I was gonna tie some Deer Hair Pupa, but I think they be the same pattern.

DJ,
I can tie two patterns if needed, the other would be simple peacock/starling wet fly.

Looking forward to this swap and fishing the flies1
JH

Posted on: 2007/10/8 11:11
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