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Re: Black caddis

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No hairs on the wings, not caddis.

Posted on: 2012/2/1 14:40


Re: Black caddis

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If I remember correctly THAT is THE Hatch on the Housatonic. I never made it there for that one, but I have heard stories.

Posted on: 2012/2/2 6:51


Re: Black caddis
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Re: Black caddis

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Ah. The old cialis bug. I get many a cryptic email about him, but it's mostly spam.

Posted on: 2012/2/2 13:37


Re: Black caddis
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Do you ever wonder whether former girlfriends may have put you on the "enlargement" spam list? Me neither.

Posted on: 2012/2/2 17:26
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Re: Black caddis

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The alder fly hatch is the one the guys salivate over in New Hampshire. It is aquatic, lighter when it molts then darkening, and I catch it on the Androscoggin River if the fish gods allow me to. Here is my tie

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Posted on: 2012/2/4 17:03


Re: Black caddis

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ive always fished a peacock with a dark soft hackle wet fly when i seen those bugs always did well even on put n take streams like laurel hill fo course the alders i have seen there are smaller usually around a 14 maybe 16 they dont seem to hatch in swarms either youll see one here one there usually during a caddis hatch for me anyways

Posted on: 2012/2/6 19:27
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