Bastian's Floating Caddis Emerger (variation) SBS

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Bastian's Floating Caddis Emerger (variation) SBS

Post by ScottP » Mon Apr 03, 2017 2:39 pm

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Re: Bastian's Floating Caddis Emerger (variation) SBS

Post by hankaye » Mon Apr 03, 2017 8:27 pm

ScottP. Howdy;

Thanks for doin' this one up for us. Looks great bet it will help keep ya busy on the water.
I for one truly do enjoy the SBS tyes that you take the time to do for us. Big THANKS

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Re: Bastian's Floating Caddis Emerger (variation) SBS

Post by letumgo » Mon Apr 03, 2017 11:19 pm

Seconded!

Scott - Your tutorials are top notch! You are a gifted tier, photographer, and teacher. I always appreciate the time and effort you put into these posts.

This is a Don Bastian patten? Amazing! I am a Huge fan of Don Bastian's fly tying, from his Bergman series and his work in Forgotten Patterns. I am surprised to see one of his patterns using foam, as a material.

Very "fishy" fly, by the way (sincere compliment). I'd love to watch this fly drift downstream...anticipating a strike at any second.
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Re: Bastian's Floating Caddis Emerger (variation) SBS

Post by tie2fish » Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:32 am

Don ties all kinds of fish catching patterns, several of which use foam. He is best known for his classic wet flies, but his commercial dries and Orvis patterns like this one are all superior.
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