Small Stream Fishing Part 2: Successful Flies for Small Streams
Rating/3 out 5 stars
Written by Tom Rosenbauer
In this park, he talks about how most trout are terrestrial insects, rather than the aquatic insects. He say sometime 90% of a trout diet is terrestrial insects. This happen in small rivers due to there are no place for aquatic insects to spawn. The shore on the other hand is living with insects. The banks of small streams are alive with ants, beetles, crickets, inchworms, spiders, grasshoppers, crickets, and leafhoppers. He also talks about how in small river, you get insect larva in the early part of the season. He says this is where you should use your aquatic insects. In over all I still give it a 3 out 5.