Originally known as the G & H Sedge, it was created by John Goddard and Clive Henry in England as a stillwater pattern. Goddard gave the pattern to Andre Puyans in the 1960's. Puyans in turn shared it in the Bay Area and called the fly the Goddard Caddis. This pattern serves as a realistic caddis imitation, ideal for both trout and yellowfish alike, and on rivers and stillwaters alike. A great pattern for the box.