Not quite entomology


Welcome to Not Quite Entomology! This is a different approach to matching the hatch, or learning which insect the fish are really eating.

The flies and methods to make it all work will be here as well.

We hope this series will inspire you to go out, look on top of and under rocks, check the stream-side vegetation, really investigate your favorite water and learn what your local trout's favorite foods are!

Not quite entomology

Past articles on this system

Jul 29
Wooly Bear (Tiger Moth Caterpillar) & Family
Steven McGarthwaite

Older articles
Part 26
More Midges
Part 25
The Essential Ant
Part 23
Part 22
Part 21
Chironomids - Adults
Part 20
Chironomids (Midges)
Part 19
Part 18
Damsels and Dragons
Part 17
Part 16
Japanese Beetle
Part 15
Part 14
Part 13
Green Drakes
Part 12
Brown Drake / March Brown
Part 11
Cinnamon Caddis
Part 10
The Stones
Part 9
The Great Hex Hatch
Part 8
Tricos-The Late Season Bonanza
Part 7
Isonychias - The Mahagony Dun
Part 6
Part 5
Part 4
Blue-Winged Olives
Part 3
Part 2
Little Black Sedges
Part 1
Tiny Winter Blacks


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