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Old 12-28-2008, 04:46 PM
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Default Re: Coffee Bean Beetle

Nice!

It would definitely work in the east where the Japanese Beetle is prolific, that is if the fish have found the beatles tasty. We had a lot of Gypsy Moth Larva but I seldom saw fish taking them more than once. They must not taste good. No joke, some bugs just don't taste good as prey forms, take for instance the Monarch Butterfly. The Viceroy Butterfly is believed to have evolved to mimic the Monarch due to its unpalatability as prey.

If I were still living in the North East I would be trying one when the Japanese Beatles are present.

Great fly Dude.
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