Raimund
6 days ago

Iโ€˜ll give it a try when I got the time for realistics and inspiration. #caddis #casedcaddis

Pieter Van Staden
6 days ago

nicely done Raimund, please give the recipe

Raimund
6 days ago

@416841828773541 just turn the stones in the river and look for those houses. Let it dry and then give it a little bit of UV-Laque. Iโ€˜ll give it a try when I tied some up

Pieter Van Staden
6 days ago

ok cool

Raimund
6 days ago

@416841828773541 i ever wanted to try these out

Bill Trublubug
6 days ago

@PietervanStaden and Raimund. I can offer an easier solution to the stone case building caddis rather than collecting the actual cases, drying them out, cementing them to hooks, and UV coating. Check out a post I made here called Peeking Caddis and see the top row. All you need do is collect a little river sand/stone on your next trip. No hunting for the actual insects themselves. Then just build an underbody with whatever you like, coat the underbody with superglue and roll it in the sand. There you go, a cased caddis! Add the peeking part if you like and a turn of soft hackle. They work great. One added advantage to this way is you can add weight if desired to hook before building underbody.

Raimund
6 days ago

Did this before, but it wonโ€™t fit that good... the other one is a burned feather quill

Martin Fabricius
4 days ago

Super cool bodies! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

Raimund
4 days ago

@martinfabricius nature has it done ๐Ÿ˜…

Jon Gamble
1 day ago

Guys, try a hobby shop and look for model train ballast, the stuff the model train guys put under their tracks. You can get ultra fine stones in different colours. They are lightweight as well so you can still control the weight of your fly with lead free wire. Cheers

Raimund
1 day ago

Thanks! Good that there is one in walkable distance ๐Ÿ˜Ž

Jon Gamble
19 hours ago

Let me know how you go๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

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