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How to Tie a Holy Grail Caddis Emerger

“For those of you seeking a weighty, truly effective, do-all caddis emerger, your quest might well have ended,” says Tim Flagler of the Holy Grail Caddis Emerger.  Tim demonstrates the steps to tie this versatile pattern and adds tips for …
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