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How to Tie the Caddis Larva

In this video, Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions walks you through the tying process for this super-simple pattern and offers a masterclass on using UTC thread: cording it up, flattening it out, and splitting it to create a dubbing cord.

Video: How to Tie the Caddis Larva

A great video on how to tie the green rock worm. Whether you’re tying to imitate a green rock worm or some other species of caddisfly larval stage, tie one of these babies on and fish it close to the bottom, where the naturals can be found in the behavioral drift. Because some species of caddisfly is hatching almost all the time, a Caddis Larva will come in useful throughout the season. In this video, Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions walks you through the tying process for this super-simple pattern and offers a masterclass on using UTC thread: cording it up, flattening it out, and splitting it to create a dubbing cord.

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  1. If you do not have Australian Opossum available as a material is/are there alternatives that will produce close to the same result?

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