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Damselfly nymph?

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I haven't been fishing in a few weeks, yardwork...ugh. While fertillizing my pond plants, I found a good number of these. Not sure, but I think they're damselfly nymphs?

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Posted on: 2012/5/8 13:18


Re: Damselfly nymph?

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Correct, I think they'd be easily immitated with a sparsely tied pheasant tail.

Posted on: 2012/5/8 18:38


Re: Damselfly nymph?

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Yes, they come in many forms and I've even found a few in trout streams, like dragon flies they are predators.

Posted on: 2012/5/8 22:22
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