Caddisfly Larvae

Caddisflies are an abundant insect in many lakes and rivers and can make up a surprising percentage of a fishes diet.

Caddisfly larvae feed primarily off of algae. Both algae and the larvae itself need a high level of oxygen to grow and survive, which is why larvae patterns are most effective when dead-drifted through shallow riffles that are abundant with oxygen.

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