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Real NameA.K.
LocationCANADA
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Biography & ThoughtsWhere I live in Canada the only trout there are no native trout other than Lake Trout. We do now, however have some smaller streams and many small lakes stocked for many years already with Brookies as well as Rainbow and Brown trout.To make for a little diversity there are many lakes in this land with Lake Whitefish which can be lots of challenge and fun when hexagania are hatching.Two or three of our large rivers also without trout do hold Goldeyes which are at times madly after Mayfly type of insects mostly in late summer and early autumn. Hey, there is also the odd pike to be caught and eaten I might add;Woolly Bu.... quite often do them in around here(elsewhere probably too). Since in Nov. everything watery freezes up around here there is still the option to catch Jacks (as pike are called around here) through the ice, modified Flashtail Whistlers are quite useful for that purpose. That's it for now. Greetings, Waxsmith.
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Latest Posts By Waxsmith

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TYING DUN WINGS
In Female Hexagenia limbata Mayfly Dun by Waxsmith
6Feb 9, 2015
by Roguerat
Slim and Sparse
In Calopteryx Damselfly Nymph by Waxsmith
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Re: Site updates from July 9, 2011
In Site Updates by Bnewell
1Jul 13, 2011
by Waxsmith
SIZE!
In Gomphidae Dragonfly Nymph by Waxsmith
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SIZE?
In Gomphidae Dragonfly Nymph by Waxsmith
1Feb 11, 2011
by Taxon
Re: Baetid Confusion
In the Mayfly Family Baetidae by Entoman
24Jan 16, 2011
by Entoman

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I took this picture of this specimen on the stream when I collected her, to show the color of the egg mass.  Female Drunella cornuta (Large Blue-Winged Olive) Mayfly Spinner from Brodhead Creek in Pennsylvania
I took this picture of this specimen on the stream when I collected her, to show the color of the egg mass.

Female Drunella cornuta (Large Blue-Winged Olive) Mayfly Spinner from Brodhead Creek in Pennsylvania
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