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Entomology Basic entomology for the fly fisher to help identify insects that one might encounter on the stream or in a stillwater.

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Default Meet the Hendricksons

Excellent underwater video of the east's favorite mayfly

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Great video Ripthanks for sharing
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Default Re: Meet the Hendricksons

Excellent video and interesting how the coloration of the thorax changes from one to another. Those light tan abdominal segments are a consistent field mark though.

Also like the cameo of that scum-sucking (literally) Glossosoma caddis larva at the 0:32 mark
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absolutely incredible video...colors , details...what more could a tying angler want...

I think I learned more in the few minutes of that video than I knew in 40 years...the swimming aspect was a total unknown factor to me...arched back nymphs might be a new tie...Hmmm...

thank you so much for sharing it!!!
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Great little video! Hopefull "Meet the Cahill's" is next.

That site got me thinking. The interwebs has made learning to tie sooooooo much easier. I think I still have nightmeres about pouring through Helen Shaw's book and a few others, then getting a quick critique before dulling a razor and starting over.
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Great video- Their gills and their swimming action caught my attention
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Rip: Thanks for sharing, as the others have said, that was awesome! I was really taken back with all the color variations and the swimming motion was really cool to see.
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Larry...isnt that the coolest video going?? I learned more in watching that then I have in may years of trying to figure out the deal!
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