hellgrammites sure look tasty!
does this mean the fish will bhe more active, eating the more active bugs? if so, what is the implication for the spring and summer?
will the bugs just multiply faster to keep up with demand?
I'm assuming that your reference to a deer's "hind end" is as a source of hair for spinning into pellet flies, and not to the the other "pellet-producing" aspect associated with this region of a deer.
whaddaya suppose transplanted bugs would do?
It can be so incomprehensible at times that they don't even know what they're talking about!
As for the "scientific" nature of this site, I'm not sure that our dabbling in "booger" and "poop" jokes supports that.