Triple Threat Caddis – tied by Hans Weilenmann

So Hans has been knocking it out of the ballpark lately! Last week I posted about the Triple Threat Caddis originated by Jim Slattery. Hans took it upon himself to film a video on how to tie the Triple Threat Caddis. You can’t beat this for a follow-up post. This pattern is still used today and with great success. You should definitely tie some of these and throw them in your fly box. I know I will.

Triple Threat Caddis
Hook: Partridge Authentic Czech Nymph #12 (or equivalent medium-to-heavy scud hook)
Thread: Benecchi 12/0, dark brown
Rib: Oval, gold fine
Abdomen: Grey squirrel
Hackle: Brown partridge
Thorax: Fox squirrel – in split thread
Pattern: Jim Slattery, Fly: Hans Weilenmann
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