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Mottled Caddis, Black

Item #: 458912940
Your Price: $1.50

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Like the Hemingway Caddis, the Black Mottled Caddis flies excel in flat water situations where trout are keying on caddis flies. It is a great dry fly to have in a variety of sizes and colors to match caddis fly hatches wherever you find yourself fly fishing for rising trout.

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