|Caddis Emerger, Olive
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Notes: This Emerger pattern was developed by Mike Lawson of Blue Ribbon Flies in Yellowstone, Montana and is used throughout the West. The fly consists of a Z-lon trailing shuck in which the material is brought over the tope of the abdomen body and utilized as an underwing. Lawson recommends antron dubbing for the body, although others have used many other materials. A peacock herl represents the thorax and provides floatation within the surface film.
|Caddis Emerger, Tan
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