||A reproductive body containing the germ and food yolk of fish, enclosed in a membranous or shell-like covering.
|Elk-Hair Caddis Fly
||A dry fly that imitates a caddis -- used in rivers and lakes when fishing for trout, bass, or panfish.
||A fly rod's flex under pressure.
||An aquatic insect in the process of rising to the surface and changing to a flying adult form. Often will have an attached trailing shuck which feeding fish may key on.
||The opening of the hook which tippet or leader attaches.