OSS (Oh SO Simple) Blood Worm

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OSS (Oh SO Simple) Blood Worm

2.00

Though frequently referred to as a bloodworm for its worm like larva, the blood worm is actually a chironomid, or a true fly. These active 1/4-1/2" or larger larvae are found in almost all water types all year long, but winter finds them more abundant than other available foods. Blood worms prefer soft sandy or silty substrates often found near back eddies or along stream margins to colonize. After a freshet, blood worms are often dislodged from these soft areas and sent adrift making them available for trout. 

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