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THE UNDERWATER WORLD OF STREAM INSECTS

There are many great jobs in the fishing industry. Many of them can include fishing and hunting as part of the job. Guides are needed by sportsmen, from around the world, who know that guides from the local area can help them have a great trip. We are proud to include a fly tying kit as part of your class science supplies. These supplies have been donated so you can learn about the biology of your local springs and rivers.
The giant Dragon Fly larva eats as many creatures as it can find. That is why it is often called the water tiger.
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The giant water beetle is another tiger of the stream. Our stream cross section aquarium display will introduce students to the biology of the local waters.

You can tie a fishing fly that will fool large trout by following the simple instructions that are included in your class work book. The teacher will make the fly tying tools available if you want to do some extra work while you are learning about Fish and Game jobs that will be available to those who finish their schooling.
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Fly tying is a large industry that is using overseas labor. Local waters often demand new types of flys that can fool the old smart trout that have seen it all. These new flys can be the difference in the success of fishing guides. A biology degree can help young avid anglers when they return home to start working in the fishing and tourism industry.
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The diving beetle can eat small fish and anything else small enough to catch.
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