Caddis Pupa with tungsten head – step by step

This is a good all around nymph to imitate caddis pupa. The vague looking nymph seems eatable to the fish. It’s a nice combination of a semi-transparent body and the mix of cdc, soft fibres and the dubbing mix of natural hare’s ear and ice dub. Not to flashy. Just that kind of nymph I personally like to fish.

The tying steps are self-explanatory, I guess. So here are just the materials.

If you got questions, just feel free to ask.

 

  • Hook: Tiemco 2488 #12
  • Weight: Tungsten bead
  • Body: greenish-yellow strands of a present bag, Polish Quill olive, Bug Bond Lite
  • Wing: CDC Puff from Troutline
  • Legs: Fibres of a Hen Hackle
  • Thorax: Dubbing Mix Hare’s Ear and Ice Dub, secured with Bug Bond Lite

 

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