Upper Sac Caddis Blizzard

That’s not a description of the standard Thanksgiving food-induced coma, but rather Bill Lynch’s explanation for why the trout weren’t feeding on the blizzard of caddis in the upper Sacramento river this week. “This is the time of the year when the caddis ( sedge) flies come out of their little cases at the bottom of the stream, swim to the surface, and pop forth as full-fledged fliers. Caddis come in all sizes, but there is one particular species that is nearly as big as a humming bird.” On SonomaNews.com.

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