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Crane flies are typically considered "terrestrial" insects but some larvae do hatch from aquatic ecosystems.  The dry fly adults are very common in late summer and fall, and they skitter along surface delicately laying their eggs in the water. Anglers looking for great dry fly action need to be very active in skating and moving their Crane fly adult patterns.