Archive for November 10th, 2009

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Nov
09

Czech or Polish or Caddis Larva (The Attractive Curved Shank Hook)

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TYING A CZECH NYMPH~SCUD PATTERN~CADDIS LARVA

I like to tie in the plastic over lay at the rear and pull it forward and tie off behind the eye of the hook. I have never adapted to ribbing front to rear for this pattern or like the Elk Hair Caddis, which you sometimes see ribbed front to rear. Aside from that, this is a dandy little pattern in all sizes (a good range is size 6 to size 18, but mostly sizes 10-16). Mix up your colors and try hot colors too. Re Czech Nymphing…I posted quite a bit about it last year….query the search box for more info.

All The Right Curves

ALL THE RIGHT CURVES

bend n hook

10
Nov
09

Dragons & Damsels (State by State)

“First things first.  The scientific name for the order to which the dragonflies and damselflies belong is called Odonata.  Entomologists like me often call the insects belonging to this group odonates.”

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“The American odonates are divided into two groups, the damselflies (scientific name = Zygoptera) and the dragonflies (scientific name = Anisoptera).”    The Dragon Fly Woman

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