The Short-Horned Sedge is a rather small caddisfly that can
hatch in huge quantities in trout streams from the Eastern to
the Western United States. They are also sometimes called
"Tiny Black Caddsi". They are
Glossosoma species.  Most of
the species hatch in the mornings for just about the entire
season. At times the hatches will rival any caddisfly and the
trout will feed on them with ease. The females deposit their
eggs in the late afternoon and evenings. Even though it's a
small insect, the Short-Horned Sedge can be an important
caddisfly to imitate.
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Caddisflies: Short Horned Sedge
Short Horned Sedge (Imitations)
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