Wild Side: Caddisflies excite trout, anglers

May 25, 2011 at 10:29 am in Pierce County Herald

Caddisflies are small insects that have fascinating adaptations to life in fresh water. Caddisflies belong to the order Trichoptera, closely related to butterflies and moths in the order Lepidoptera. Many species live in the Kinnickinnic and Rush Rivers, providing food for trout and excitement for trout fishers. Continue Reading