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Old 04-05-2013, 07:03 AM
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Post Clinch River [Bug Pics]

If anyone is interested in seeing some of the latest insect pictures coming off the Clinch River; check out my FB-Clinch River Page. I try and update it weekly.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Clinc...454?ref=stream



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Old 04-05-2013, 10:56 AM
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thanks for the info. It is really appreciated. Glad you let us know.
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Old 04-05-2013, 08:50 PM
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Shawn;

Is the second bug a caddis pupa?

If so; did you squeeze it out of a case or was that how you captured it?

Danny B. Ties a really awesome caddis pupa that I saw on his FB; actually scary good but I don't know his recipe... it looks like the second bug you show above.
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Shawn;

Is the second bug a caddis pupa?

If so; did you squeeze it out of a case or was that how you captured it?

Danny B. Ties a really awesome caddis pupa that I saw on his FB; actually scary good but I don't know his recipe... it looks like the second bug you show above.
Richard,
I actually found this one free-flowing in the water.

I thought caddis but actually think it might be a small crane fly larva or some type of beetle larva...(?) If anyone has any suggestions; please post them.
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Does look to me like a crane fly. Caddis should have long legs showing I think. Would be a very small crane fly - I've seen them the size of my pinkie.

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And incidentally, a Sawyers Killer Bug is a perfect imitation.

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