There are more species of beetles living nearby the typical
trout stream than any other terrestrial insect. One reason is
that there are more species of beetles than any other insect,
period. They fall into the water from the banks, bushes and
grass along the banks as well as the limbs of overhanging
trees.
One of the most common species found along trout streams
is the Japanese Beetle. They can are a major food for trout,
especially during the hot summer months when there are few
aquatic insect hatches. Like most of the other terrestrial
insects, you may encounter these insects up until the time it
begins to frost.
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