Caddis or Sedge Flies are a necessity to an angler throughout the summer months. Depending on where you are located, caddis can be hatching from May to September. With a choice from 123 different caddis flies you will find what you are looking for here. Trout and Grayling love to sip adult caddis that are floating down the river. Caddis Dry Flies are a fun and productive way to fly fish. Although the fish are extremely willing to eat caddis bugs, sometimes there are thousands of Caddis laying on the water and they may be sitting on calm water allowing the fish to get a really good look at them. When there are a lot of bugs on the water and/or on calm water the flies you fish need to match the bugs on the water because trout can become selective during these conditions. There are 45 different dry patterns offered on the following pages. With a great selection of basic and the most innovative flies around you can find what you need for your rivers. There can be different sizes and colors of caddis hatching at the same time on the same stretch of river so it is a good idea to have different sizes and different colors of different caddis patterns in your fly box. Along with the dry flies, there are 58 caddis pupa and 20 caddis larva (nymph) patterns also offered in different sizes that are important to have when the fish arenít rising. You can also add a dropper nymph under your dry fly if you want to cover your basis for those fish that are focused on just dries or just nymphs. Whatever your preference is, we have the flies you need when caddis are on the menu.