Davy Wotton’s Catchall Caddis

The Catchall Caddis is one of Davy Wotton’s go to Caddis patterns either at the top dropper in a team of wets or as a single fly for fish feeding up in or on the film.

The Catchall is very effective fished as the top fly with the killer SLF Trans Caddis on a dropper 3′ down.

Video produced by Brian Wise: Fly Fishing the Ozarks http://flyfishingtheozarks.com/
in conjunction with Dally’s Ozark Fly Fisher, Cotter Arkansas. http://theozarkflyfisher.com

Material List:
Tail: A few fibers of long hen pheasant hackle or 3 strands of bronze mallard alternative such as brown partridge hackle or hen will do.
Body: SLF Whitlock Red Fox thorax or Hare’s Ear
Ribbing: Broad flat gold tinsel, other options are silver or pearl.
Wing: Elk Rump: This hair will stack tight and not flare.
Hook: Sizes 12 or 14. 10s may be used for big water conditions.

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