"Mention the term “terrestrials”, and anglers envision hoppers, ants, beetles, crickets, and maybe even cicadas, but rarely do we anglers think about moths.
Late summer to early fall, the Spruce Moth hatch can be happening anywhere there are fir or spruce trees lining Rocky Mountain rivers & lakes.
The Corn-Fed Spruce Moth is an imitative pattern that uses the natural floatation and irresistible nature of CDC to entice Trout.
If you’re heading to the high country in late summer don’t be caught without a few Corn-Fed Spruce Moths."
- Signature Tyer Lance Egan