One of the most practical, versatile flies ever... and a great one to have in your box. It's no secret a Caddis hatch is one of the most popular hatches throughout the US and beyond. Many anglers prefer to fish the Elk Hair Caddis, but when fish aren't rising, they're probably feeding on Caddis subsurface. This version of the Caddis Pupa is a great one to swing as an emerger or dead drift as a nymph under an indicator. The life-like profile is relatively easy to tie and traps air bubbles in the water to attract feeding trout. Tune in as Jared provides step-by-step instructions to tie one of the most popular patterns in trout fishing.