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Tying the Chimarra Caddis Larva

February 19, 2012 By: Marshall Cutchin

Producer: Tim Flagler

“The little black sedge, or chimarra, is a small black caddis that hatches on eastern streams.  Imitating and fishing its bright orange and yellow larva in February and March is something you simply must try.” Matt Grobert ties this remarkably simple and effective pattern on a Dai-Riki #125 size 18 emerger hook.