The Black Dancer is one of the long-horned caddisflies that
are found in slower moving water in western trout streams. It is
also found in lakes. It usually hatches when other hatches are
few and far between. In the Northwest this is usually late July
and August. Hatches occur in the mornings. One thing that
makes imitations of this caddisfly effective is that the adults
stay on the surface of the water for a relatively long time. This
allows ample opportunity for the trout to eat them. The females
deposit their eggs in the evenings.
Caddisflies: Black Dancer
Black Dancer (Imitations)
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