|This caddisfly is also called the "Giant Orange Sedge" by
many.It is found in the Pacific Coastal area to the Rocky
prefers moderate to fast moving water and freestone streams.
It emerges in the evenings and the egg laying takes place late
in the afternoon to evenings. It is a member of the
Limnephilldae family of caddisflies. This fly hatches in
September and October. It is a very large fly that provides a
good meal for the trout. It live in fast to moderate water.
Little Black Caddis
Little Sister Caddis
Dark Blue Sedge
Great Gray SW Sedge
Little Brown Caddis