The Little Sister Caddisfly is the second most important
caddisfly there is in our opinion. It hatches in large numbers
and trout eat it in all stages of life. They are usually very
important in tailwaters but are found in all types of streams in
the East, Mid-west and West. These are net-spinning
caddisflies that hatch over a long period of time.
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Larva
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Pupa
Caddisflies: Little Sister Caddis
Little Sister Caddis (Imitations)
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