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Elk Hair Caddis Fly Fishing Fly
A perfect representation of a Caddis. This fly is one of the most legendary patterns in all of fly fishing. It catches fish all over. Caddis are everywhere so do not be caught on the water without a few of these on hand.
Elk Hair Caddis Fly Fishing Fly
A perfect representation of a Caddis. This fly is one of the most legendary patterns in all of fly fishing. It catches fish all over. Caddis are everywhere so do not be caught on the water without a few of these on hand.
Elk Hair Caddis Fly Fishing Fly
A perfect representation of a Caddis. This fly is one of the most legendary patterns in all of fly fishing. It catches fish all over. Caddis are everywhere so do not be caught on the water without a few of these on hand.
X-Caddis Fly Fishing Fly
The X-Caddis is another great caddis pattern that rides low on the water and produces tons of fish. The shuck on the back of the fly triggers top water hits and is simply a fly trout can not resist.

Elk Hair Caddis Fly Fishing Fly










A perfect representation of a Caddis. This fly is one of the most legendary patterns in all of fly fishing. It catches fish all over. Caddis are everywhere so do not be caught on the water without a few of these on hand.
Elk Hair Caddis Fly Fishing Fly










A perfect representation of a Caddis. This fly is one of the most legendary patterns in all of fly fishing. It catches fish all over. Caddis are everywhere so do not be caught on the water without a few of these on hand.
Elk Hair Caddis Fly Fishing Fly










A perfect representation of a Caddis. This fly is one of the most legendary patterns in all of fly fishing. It catches fish all over. Caddis are everywhere so do not be caught on the water without a few of these on hand.
X-Caddis Fly Fishing Fly










The X-Caddis is another great caddis pattern that rides low on the water and produces tons of fish. The shuck on the back of the fly triggers top water hits and is simply a fly trout can not resist.