This will be a simple guide to the bugs in southern Alberta that are important to anglers. It is an evolving document that will be changed often as new information becomes available.
Fly Fishing Entomology can be as simple or complicated as one would like. Anglers can count the number of gills, while contemplating the size of the anterior region at the 13th instar. Or as simple as, a mayfly nymph is an aquatic bug with 2 or three tails and gills on the sides of their abdomen.
We'll keep it more to the simple side of things here.
Soon you will be able to click on the links to follow some bug info for southern Alberta
Provided for the Chinook
Waters Fly Fishing Club
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