CADDIS


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CADDISCausal Analysis Diagnosis Decision Information System (US EPA)
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The water teems with caddis, mayflies, craneflies, and golden stoneflies, plus a fair number of forage fish.
Photo: (1-2-3-4--color) Mira Monte fly-angler Ray Johnson tosses multiple patterns in Sespe Creek, including those he tied below, a fluttering caddis, left, a caddis emerger and a caddis larvae with moose body hair.
Up stepped Caddis who found the bottom left-hand corner to ensure honours were even.
Caddis and David Cotterill combined down the right and fed Shinnie who jinked inside and fired past a hopelessly exposed Federici.
Caddis made a total of 24 appearances for Celtic in the following two years.
Cowden could extend that lead to four points if they win their game in hand against third-placed Dumbarton tomorrow night but Caddis is still convinced his Red Lichties will be celebrating again in May.
Caddis, 21, hopes Lawwell does not price him out of a move and force him to stay until he turns 23 and is free to go for nothing.
Caddis has already featured throughout pre-season and was on the bench in last weekend's season stale 1-0 opener against St Mirren.
Those two flies, the cinnamon caddis and its cousin, the little olive caddis, provided us with months of fishing that summer and for many summers thereafter.
While Tuesday night's spoils went to Murphy, he had to be content with a late substitute appearance while Caddis worked hard in attack for the whole 90 minutes.
I saw that (Jimmy Glass goal) on Sky on the bus to the game," recalled Caddis.
The controversial Italian had a special bond with the late Tommy Burns and Caddis admits he has heard plenty of stories about di Canio.