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    Cutter's E/C Caddis Tan Caddis, Adult, 20

    Item: 10438
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    Availability: In Stock Ready to Fish. Usually Ships 3 - 10 Business Days.
    Price: $1.99
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    California's Sierra is known for its breathtaking views, amazing

    geology, and for its place in the frontiersman fabric of the United

    States. The region is also known for its healthy populations of

    resident trout.

    One of the legendary fly fishers and fly tyers

    in the Sierra is Ralph Cutter, and his E/C Caddis, originally

    introduced in 1981, has become one of the world's most effective caddis

    emerger imitations ever tied. Cutter modeled the fly after the classic

    Elk Hair Caddis, but designed it to sit lower in the surface film by

    including a parachute style wing post. He further improved the fly by

    adding a contrasting body and a trailing shuck.

    Cutter's E/C

    Caddis - Tan Caddis is a highly effective imitation of an emergent or

    crippled Tan Caddis. This fly works like a charm from Hot Creek to

    Patagonia and properly prepared anglers always carry a few in their fly

    box.
    • Legendary California fly angler, Ralph Cutter's, E/C Caddis is an emerger/cripple pattern is designed to sit lower in the surface film than the Elk Hair Caddis for a more natural caddis profile
    • Tan Caddis imitation in the emerger life stage
    • Use as either an impressionistic searching fly or as a realistic imitation when matching the hatch
    • Check under rocks and streamside debris for dark caddis pupae and match size and color before offering a fly
    • Fish on a dead drift low in the surface film
    • Hatches can occur throughout the day across North America
    • The most prolific hatches occur in eastern North America during late summer (August) and through the fall (October)
    • This fly is not always highly visible, indicators are sometimes needed in rougher water
    • SIZE 14
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