C. Wayth, Trout Fishing : or The River Darent , A rural Poem, Londres, Simpkin Marshall & Co., 1845, p. 62-63.
And as their willow’d banks my footsteps near,
Brief splashing on the tide I frequent hear ;
It is the trout, that here in ceaseless play,
Bound from the flood to grasp their fluttering prey.
For now the caddis* from their larva state,
The river scorn to soar on wings elate ;
* The cadis worms inhabit almost all clear running streams, and are commonly know to anglers as case-worms. They are the larvae of the various tribes of Phryganea. When they undergo their transformation, they are commonlu know as the May-Fly.