caddis fly


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  • noun

Synonyms for caddis fly

small moth-like insect having two pairs of hairy membranous wings and aquatic larvae

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Aquatic caddis fly nymphs build protective cases from plant debris.
The counselors showed them how to bait a hook with a caddis fly larva, how to stealthily approach the water, carefully tossing the baited hook so it drifted beneath the stream bank.
This ensures that the treated water doesn't flow into important caddis fly habitat areas," Hill said.
You don't see kids with jam jars any more carrying tiddlers or newts and how many know what a caddis fly larvae looks like.
I decided on a caddis fly nymph tied to 2lb leader line.
Beer will be provided by Ninkasi and Oakshire Brewing, with raffle prizes from Upstream Adventures, Caddis Fly, Eugene Skin Divers, GloryBee Foods and others.
This is used to represent a stick insect - the larva of the caddis fly - which creeps about the bottom, living in the silt and hiding under stones.
If the old plugs come out oil-fouled, pitted, carbon-fouled or otherwise look like a caddis fly hatch occurred on the electrodes, consult a professional.
As a father of two young children, as owner of The Caddis Fly angling shop and as a licensed river guide, I'm lucky to spend around 125 days a year on the McKenzie in some capacity.
The health of the common caddis fly has become one of the concerns, according to the National Science Foundation.
This represents a stick insect - the larva of the caddis fly - which creeps about the bottom, living in the silt and hiding under stones.
Chris Daughters is the owner of the Caddis Fly in Eugene.
He worked for US West for more than 25 years and at Caddis Fly Shop for more than 20 years.
A good imitation of the caddis fly, or stickfly, is the Montana Nymph, also a terrific early season killer.
Under the guidance of Churchill High School seniors Daniel Collay and Brandon Whittington, Willagillespie fifth-graders found themselves representing predator and/or prey in a game called Bear, Salmon, Caddis Fly.