Foam Caddis nymph
This is a nice looking pattern för imitating free swiming caddis nymph on their way upp to the surface for hatching.
If you want it stay just under the surface you can add 6-7 turns off lead wire.
Of course you can vary the color to match
Hook: Curved nymph hook sice 10 or 12.
Eyes: 0,5mm mono melted in the ends. About 3mm wide.
Body: A smal strip of 1mm tan foam. The strip should be about 5 cm long and cut so that one end is about 1-1,45 mm wide ande the other end about 2-3 mm wide. One of the strips edges should then be painted with a brown markerpen.
Wing buds. 1 mm thick tan foam that has been gently heated and flatend between thumb and forefinger. Then cut in to shape and colored with the brown markerpen.
Hackle: Grey or brown partridge.
Antenna: Two fiber from pheasat tail feather.
Head and frontbody: Hares ear dubbing.