Name that bug

#1

Derek Young

Emerging Rivers Guide Services
#5
I don't see any wing pads, so I'm ruling out small winter black stonefly. If it was green in color, then a type of caddis.
 

Luke77

I hope she likes whitefish
#13
Yea, bacon wrapped steak with razor blade vice jaws! I wonder if a helgramite has ever eaten it's way out of a fish's stomach? :eek:

The adult Dobson fly look even meaner. I think if one ever landed on me, I'd need to change waders. They are about as bad as those ball sucking leaches Jesse keeps telling me about. :rofl::rofl:


edit: You know, I think the helgrammite is the single and only reason trout developed teeth. Not even fish are dumb enough to try and eat that without mutilating it first.
 

GATOR9

Hey you guys
#14
I agree with Luke on the Helgramite. Helgramites have six legs on the thorax with eight small feathery appendanges on the abdomen and 2-4 claws at the rear of the abdomen.
 

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