Lightning bug

In Spanish but easy to follow.
Known as the Lightning Bug or Firefly, this midge has enough history ... has been known for over a decade, and although its origins are not very clear, it may well have been born as a variation of the mythical Pheasant Tail, and thanks to its bright colors became a great source of attraction for the trout that eat the late afternoon or early morning.

Martin Joergensen
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