Caddis flies (Caddis) are members of the genus Trichoptera, which means wings covered with fibers. Their main feature is the shape of wings, which is like a tent.
Caddis flies are still very effective in fly fishing in a number of situations. At the moment at which begins the hatching of adult insects, it is better to try with a pupa and then with an adult insect. Can be applied nymph fishing upstream or downstream and cross, hold the nymph near the bottom and consistently raise the rod up, the imitation of a real hatch
Beautiful bait to catch trout.