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Re: Flies for Mountain Brookies

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I used an adams style parachute size 14. Tyed with a pink floss body white post and dark dun colored hackle. Laugh all you want it flat works

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Re: Flies for Mountain Brookies

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I'm not laughing I believe you.

Posted on: 2010/11/1 22:14
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Re: Flies for Mountain Brookies

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I'm not laughing either , that pinl SJW works great for me too and also a pink shrimp or scud pattern will surprise you.

Posted on: 2010/11/3 6:33


Re: Flies for Mountain Brookies

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Right now a Lt. orange honey bug with a bead head is working, the Oct. caddis is still coming off and they take it for the pupa. Cold nights this week will shut them down from hatching.

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Re: Flies for Mountain Brookies

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When you talk about October Caddis are you talking that kinda orange looking version , not really orange more like rust or cinnamon , we call it a cinnamon sedge , in the fall in Pa i've seen that fly from Donegal Springs to Lynn run all over the place and it works too , it's probably the last of what we would call a hatch here.

Posted on: 2010/11/3 10:54


Re: Flies for Mountain Brookies

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Yeah osprey, its the october caddis, color can be from cinnimon to tannish to a orange. Hatches from late sept. through Oct. Its dirty cream as a larva, but takes on the orangey color when it changes to a pupa.

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Posted on: 2010/11/3 11:40
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Re: Flies for Mountain Brookies

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Wouldn't it be the November Caddis ,since it is 11/3/2010 ?

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Re: Flies for Mountain Brookies

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Henry they shut down for the elections, and are not going to come back till next year.

Posted on: 2010/11/4 7:47
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Re: Flies for Mountain Brookies

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Sandfly......those pictures are great , that's fer sure what i was thinking about , those babies hatch all accross the state and down east it can be late , i remember gettin a few on top when the Yellow Breeches Anglers does their first fall/winter stocking. That particular time they wanted them litterally skated in the fast water on the Yellow Breeches. At the area we used to call white rock.

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