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Spotted Lanternfly pattern

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From chester ct
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I guess this new infestation presents a silver lining. Do trouts eat these bugs? Any ideas about a pattern? The wing silhouette is unusual.

Posted on: 7/9 15:07
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Re: Spotted Lanternfly pattern

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I imagine a smaller cicada pattern adjusted for color or even a big ass EWC would suffice, but I have yet to see any dropping in creeks or ponds.

They stay up in the trees, seem to go where they want because they can hop & fly well and don't die off in droves like cicadas.

The good news is recent reports of sightings in Berks County are WAY down this year.

If you want a test laboratory, go to French Creek State Park in August. They were all over the place last year but again, I didn't see any in either of the lakes and when I threw a few into Scott's Run, they were shunned by the bluegills.

Posted on: 7/11 12:13


Re: Spotted Lanternfly pattern

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From Glenmoore
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I tied a pattern last summer that worked well on SMB and panfish, but not so much on trout. It was basically a muddler type of fly with black, white & red underwing.

Posted on: 7/12 7:38






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