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Spring Creek BWO's?

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Thinking about making the drive to state college tomorrow. Looks like Spring is coming down to a nice level this weekend. Any bwo reports? They should be popping soon.

Posted on: 3/9 14:38


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According to TCO fly shop stream reports, they've started hatching.

Posted on: 3/10 7:58


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#18 Pheasant tail nymphs are the hot ticket.

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They were on bwo’s this afternoon after things warmed a bit

Posted on: 3/10 20:33


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How did you make out?

Posted on: 3/12 9:32


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I never made it.. had some things come up at home. Maybe this weekend!

Posted on: 3/13 0:04


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The were on again yesterday, even in snow squalls.

Posted on: 3/14 9:43
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Quote:

Nymph-wristed wrote:
The were on again yesterday, even in snow squalls.


Cool! One of my best BWO experiences I ever had was on a cloudy, blustery day in and out of fairly heavy snow squalls. They just couldn't seem to ever actually get off of the water.

Posted on: 3/14 15:19


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Went yesterday and it was great. Steady bwo action all day. To my surprise, i saw many of the flies were in the 14-16 size range as opposed to the 18-22 range that I'm used to. When it comes to dry flies, bigger is better for my eyes, lol.

Posted on: 3/19 13:03


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I too saw the same thing on Sunday. The bugs, BWOs, were bigger than I was expecting. I would agree about a 14-16. I picked up a few fish on top and few under as well.

Posted on: 3/20 17:42






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