Hoppers are a terrestrial insect that trout love to eat.
This is great brown sedge, a large type of caddis, that hatches in September and October. This is one of the most beautiful insects.
A midge swarm on a summer morning
Isonychias are one of my favorite mayflies.
The snow reflects light on the wings of this winter midge
This is an Isonychia dun. These are large, clumsy mayflies that trout relish.
A mayfly in red
Dragonfly nymphs are a large food source for trout and smallmouth bass
Hellgramites sound like hummingbirds when they fly bye. They are one of the largest insects that are a food source for fish and brds.
Caddis flies can actually hatch even during the winter months.
An early winter stone fly, covered with red mites, walks through cedar fronds.
An early stone and dew forming on plants created a unique photo opportunity
This is a summer dragon fly .
A damsel fly munches on a midge. They are delicate looking, but are a ferocious predator
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