The Caddis Poopah is a unique hybrid between a wet fly and a nymph. When Caddis hatch, they shed their nymphal shuck and dart to the surface. Trout often eat these insects when they’re swimming, which is why swinging a Caddis Pupa can be so effective. This fly works well when swung or dead-drifted. Featuring a deer hair head, synthetic body, and hackle wings, this fly produces a ton of movement in the water and is a stellar pattern for any fishery where trout feed on Caddis. Tied by Umpqua Signature Tyer Tim Fox, this is a pattern every freshwater trout angler should have in his/her box.
Due to the handmade nature of this product, the product you receive may vary from the photos. Please note that flies that are not individually packaged are not returnable.