Hot Wire Caddis-Beadhead
- size 12 (Amber)Availability:17 in stock$0.85
- size 14 (Amber)Availability:42 in stock$0.85
- size 16 (Amber)Availability:64 in stock$0.85
- size 12 (Chartreuse)Availability:6 in stock$0.85
- size 14 (Chartreuse)Availability:73 in stock$0.85
- size 16 (Chartreuse)Availability:57 in stock$0.85
- size 12 (Olive)Availability:1 Low on stock$0.85
- size 14 (Olive)Availability:150 in stock$0.85
- size 16 (Olive)Availability:161 in stock$0.85
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- Originally invented for use in Northern California and the Sierras, it was started from the famous Copper John.
- Invented by Ken Morrish out of Ashland, OR, the Hot Wire Caddis was his adaptation of a Copper John caddis.
- The typical copper john is meant to replicate a stonefly or mayfly.
- The use of wire helps get this pattern down (like a copper john) while the curved hook gives a more caddis-like profile.