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    Re: Crickets

    Quote Originally Posted by njcaddis View Post
    GST is getting all the trout forum posts. It is slow, but steady. What neff needs is controversy since it thrived on that instead of trout info.
    Right, because no one here has any good info left, especially MACFLY!!!!

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    Re: Crickets

    Quote Originally Posted by lightenup View Post
    Right, because no one here has any good info left, especially MACFLY!!!!
    When I posted an actual fishing report, The Heron made fun of my fish.



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    Re: Crickets

    Quote Originally Posted by TheHeron View Post
    Ok, here you go, Joe:

    Letort Cricket
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    Cricket, (family Gryllidae), any of approximately 2,400 species of leaping insects (order Orthoptera) that are worldwide in distribution and known for the musical chirping of the male. Crickets vary in length from 3 to 50 mm (0.12 to 2 inches). They have thin antennae, hind legs modified for jumping, three-jointed tarsal (foot) segments, and two slender abdominal sensory appendages (called cerci). The two forewings are stiff and leathery, and the two long, membranous hind wings are used in flying. (Source Britannica.com)

    So, Joe, if I may say so, Joe, there are all kinds of crickets.

    Tie some up and fish them, trout love crickets, especially when that means no one is talking.

    Mel
    Glad to see you took the time for me to look up how many Cricket species there are.Thanks.

    Crickets and Hoppers work very well out west, and here in the east there good for one thing prospecting for fish when you have no Heads.

    I prefer ISO'S and Steno's for that on the tail-waters.*Disclaimer - I don't prospect to often I prefer throwing to a head that is eating steady.I guess that is the hunter in me.

    Tight Lines


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    Re: Crickets

    Now that was very useful. Thank you, Joe T.


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