Sedge Larva Pupa

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AK Hatching Sedge Light Olive

AK Hatching Sedge Light Olive£0.75   £0.70Add to Basket

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10, 12.

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AK Hatching Sedge Olive

AK Hatching Sedge Olive£0.75   £0.70Add to Basket  (2)

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10, 12.

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AK Hatching Sedge Tan

AK Hatching Sedge Tan£0.75   £0.70Add to Basket  (1)

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10, 12, 14.

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Caddis Larva Sedge

Caddis Larva Sedge£0.75   £0.70Add to Basket

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10, 12.

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Cream Caddis Pupa

Cream Caddis Pupa£0.75   £0.70Add to Basket

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10, 12, 14.

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Green Longhorn

Green Longhorn£0.75   £0.70Add to Basket  (1)

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10, 12.

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Steves Pupa Brown

Steves Pupa Brown£0.75   £0.70Add to Basket  (1)

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14.

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Steves Pupa Olive

Steves Pupa Olive£0.75   £0.70Add to Basket

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14.

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Steves Pupa Tan

Steves Pupa Tan£0.75   £0.70Add to Basket

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14.

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Stillwater Dry Fly Selection

Stillwater Dry Fly Selection£12.00Add to Basket

20 essential stillwater dry fly patterns, ranging from size 10 to 14.


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The sedge’ originates from the fact that adult Caddis flies can often be found clinging to sedge grass near the waters. The Latin name for this group of flies is ‘Trichoptera’. They pass through four stages in their development; egg, larva, pupa and adult.

The eggs hatch into larva in about 10-12 days. The Larvae produce a sticky substance and attach what ever material in on the river bed to their body. This offers protection and camouflage. The pupa stage lasts for several days. The fully formed pupa has middle body legs that it uses to swim to the surface to hatch. Some species choose the shore or vegetation to emerge rather than open water as there they are easy prey for the trout.

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