07/12/09

Insects and other foods the trout may be eating:
1.   Blue-winged Olives - mostly Little BWO - Isolated hatches
2.   Cinnamon Caddis - Mostly Abrams Creek
3    Little Sister Caddisflies - Mostly Abrams Creek
4.   Midges - hatching in isolated locations
5.   Little Yellow Stoneflies - hatching (Little Summer Stones)
6.   Slate Drakes - hatching
7.   Little Green Stonefly - hatching
8.   Cream Cahills - hatching in Isolated locations
9.   Beetles
10. Grasshoppers
11. Ants
12. Inch Worms
13. Crane Flies
14. Helligramite
15. Streamers - matching sculpin, baitfish and small crawfish

Moth Larvae (Inch Worms) - Imitations (Flies)
There are a lot of different flies called "Green Weenie" and to be honest, I am not
certain what any of them are suppose to imitate. The first one shown below is the
original "Green Weenie" streamer fly. The second one is a later version with an
added bead head.
This one comes in hook
sizes 12, 14 and 16 and
is available as one of our
standard, generic
"Low
priced flies" for $.79
each with free shipping.
This one comes with a
bead head in hook sizes
12, 14 and 16 and is
available as one of our
standard, generic
"Low
priced flies" for $.79
each with free shipping.
This one we called the
Green Green Weenie
comes in hook sizes 12,
14 and 16 and is
available as one of our
standard, generic
"Low
priced flies" for $.79
each with free shipping.
This one is our own
"Perfect Fly" Inch Worm.
It comes in hook sizes
12, 14 and 16 and is
available for $2.25 each
with free shipping.
We will soon have yet another common "Low Priced" version available that is made
of a piece of chenille wrapped around the hook with a loop in the end of it. We will
sell the fly for $.79 each with free shipping, if not an even lower price. We will be
adding many other generic, low priced flies for those that like to use them.