Jay’s CDC McKenzie Green Caddis Fly

In this video, Jay ties what he describes as a “hunting” type of dry fly, The CDC McKenzie Caddis.

In May or June as people await the famous stone fly hatches of Oregon known as the “salmon fly hatch” another type of bug is getting ready to make its appearance, the McKenzie Caddis. Famous for its unique green body and its connection to McKenzie River Red Sides, fly fishers love the opportunity to fish this dry fly bug.

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Hook: TMC 3761 SPBL Size 10
Thread: Lagartun 150 X Strong Thread Green
Tail: Wapsi CDC Super Select Light Dun
Body: Hareline Dubbing McKenzie Green/Palmered CDC
Wing/Head: Deer Hair Chartreuse

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