The Speckled Peter (helicopsyche borealis) is one of those
caddisflies that receives little attention from anglers. They are
tiny  brown caddisflies that hatch in large numbers. You would
think such a small caddisfly would not be worth imitating in
streams where there are numerous other hatches of much
larger insects, but that is not the case with the Speckled Peter.
It can cause the trout to feed just as well as many larger  
insects. It prefers moderate currents as opposed to fast
moving water.
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Caddisflies: Speckled Peter
Speckled Peter (Imitations)
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