The Cinnamon Caddisflies, or Cinnamon Sedges whichever
name you prefer, are the most common caddisflies found in
the Eastern United States. They have a very long hatch period
that last up to three months on some streams. It's a
net-spinning caddisfly that is found in tailwaters, some spring
creeks and many freestone streams. Imitations of this
caddisfly is a must for Eastern trout anglers.
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Caddisflies: Cinnamon Caddisfly (Sedge)
Cinnamon Caddis (Imitations)
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