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Thread: Elk Hair caddis

  1. #11
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    Stonefly is correct...it really is just an otherwise named Puterbaugh's Foam Stone.
    We call it the Neversink Caddis because that is the pattern name on the order list. The fly comes from a company in the Northeast so I'm not sure if they called it the Neversink because of the river or because of the flotation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderhead8 View Post
    Does it produce more because more people use it? Or, do more people use it because it is a better producer I think it is the latter just from personal experience. I still like to use the conventional caddis flies too.
    2 words - Yellow Sallies

    I wish we as fly fisherman could train the trout by using the same flies
    Call me if you want to go fishing, boating, hiking, or if you want to buy a foamie
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