Thanks for introducing Leonard Wright's caddis to the Board, Tom. A couple points... The book was titled "Fishing The Dry Fly As A Living Insect"- in case anyone searches for a copy. Also, he emphasized tying the wing about twice the hook shank length, which made it much easier to skitter. The fly rode only on hackle and the wing tips, with the hook bend out of the water. Not to take away from the FOTW at all. I really like it, and will be sticking some in trout jaws this summer!