I have never had the opportunity to fish a Mother's Day Caddis hatch before. I imagine this year I may catch the tail end of it if I am lucky. Either way, caddis are ubiquitous in many of the waters that I will fish over the next year so I have been thinking a lot about caddis and how I can fish them.
Here is a neat video out of Bozeman, MT (I think):
My blog stalking has piqued my interest in a couple new patterns I want to try, too. I shared my favorite blogger's caddis pattern a week ago. But here it is for your reference.
Tying the Colorado Caddis from Juan Ramirez on Vimeo.
Also, a fantastic blogger and MFC signature tier, Carl P, has a very sexy caddis pupae. It seems like a winner.
If you have any killer patterns for the Mother's Day Caddis hatch or any caddis pop, please share them.
How to Make Mustard Yellow Work in Your Home Decor - Mustard yellow is popping up everywhere as a 2018 color trend both in fashion and home design. Lately, style tastemakers from Dwell Studio founder Christ...
6 hours ago