Emerging Caddis Spey - A Jack Cook Fly
|Name ||Emerging Caddis Spey |
|Category ||Steelhead |
|Hook ||Alec Jackson Spey, Black|
|Thread ||Pearsall?s Gossamer #9, Black|
|Spey Hackle ||Blue Eared Pheasant|
|Rib ||Oval Copper Tinsel|
|Body ||Steelhead Anglers Silk-Berlin Wool, Olive-Brown|
|Wing ||Bronze Mallard|
Emerging Caddis Spey, was tied by contributing fly tyer Jack Cook. See his notes about this fly below.
Jack's Notes:This pattern appeared after I spent a few days fishing with Bob Meiser on the Rogue. We were in the midst of a major Caddis emergence and the Steelhead were going crazy. The fish were really keyed in on the hatch and this pattern with the Olive-Brown body was just the ticket. Once again the use of copper in the body makes it even better.
You can see more of Jack's flies at The Flies of Jack Cook.