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Cinnamon Sedge (Cimetas) ::

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Cinnamon sedge (in Slovenian Sas Cimetas) is one of the sedge patterns from the so called »Seria Slovenica« which represent ten most useful sedges (caddisflies) in Europe. They are very successful at the Slovenian rivers. Fly fishermen love them, so I decided to show you how to tie this wonderful fly pattern.

Cinnamon sedge is an all round dry fly pattern which will be successful at all types of rivers, but it is probably most successful on chalk streams.

We fish it as we would fish any other dry fly, but it may be very productive if it is fished just below the water surface too. Cinnamon sedge might be a perfect choice for giant trouts in late spring and in early summer.
Materials needed?

Knapek T size #16 (or any other hook, sized #10-#18, classic or 1X long)

Uni Thread 6/0 black (or other similar thread)

brown cock hackle (neck or saddle); I used Whiting Dry Fly Saddle, colour Brown

antron, cdc dubbing, or other brown coloured dubbing (you may also tie without it)

redish brown coloured winter feather of the wild drake or pheasant , armed with the thin nylon or light plastic woven
sas1.jpgFix the hook securely in the vice.
sas2.jpgAdd a few drops of glue or varnish to the back of the hook. Wrap a thread back to the bend.
sas3.jpgSize and prepare a hackle feather with barbs that are slightly longer than a gap width, and tie it in at the bend of the hook by the butt end.
sas4.jpgPrepare the thread for the dubbing and wax it (if you don´t use the thread which is already waxed).
sas5.jpgDub the thread from the hook bend to about two eye lengths back from the hook eye, forming a slightly tapered abdomen.
sas6.jpgWrap the dubbed thread to the hook eye.
sas7.jpgPalmer the hackle feather forward over the dubbed body.
sas8.jpgTie it off at the front edge of the body. Clip the excess hackle feather flush with the shank here.

sas9.jpgPush the hackle down with your finger, so it will be prepared to tie in the wing.
sas10.jpgSuch preparation is neccessary in order to allow the wing to sit down over the body.
sas11.jpgChoose armed feather of appropriate length and size. I usually glue feathers with the synthetic glue to the thin nylon or light plastic material…
sas12.jpgI usually glue feathers with the synthetic glue to the thin nylon or light plastic material…
sas14.jpgCut the armed feather to the appropriate shape…
sas15.jpg….view from the side…
sas16.jpgLay the pre-cut wing along the top of the fly body and tie it in by the pointed end with a couple tight turns of thread. The back end should extend past the hook bend about one-quarter shank length. Leave a couple of hackle fibers for tentacles…
sas17.jpgThen tie in another brown hackle…
sas18.jpgWind the hackle in closely spaced turns to the hook eye.
sas19.jpgEnd the fly with a whip finish.
sas20.jpgAnd here is our Cinnamon sedge from the top…
sas21.jpg…and from the side…

Add a drop or two of the head cement or glue to the head of the fly.

Enjoy fishing with this great fly pattern and report the results!