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Re: Timing for spring hatches...... looking to be early

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I’d say the grannom was on time- you can kiss the grannoms on the J good bye till next year. 4 feet high and rising. Hit them on Spring and one day and on J yesterday but it wasn’t what I expected- got a good 20 minute pulse then very sporadic - from a dry fly perspective.

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Re: Timing for spring hatches...... looking to be early
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acristickid wrote:
I’d say the grannom was on time- you can kiss the grannoms on the J good bye till next year. 4 feet high and rising. Hit them on Spring and one day and on J yesterday but it wasn’t what I expected- got a good 20 minute pulse then very sporadic - from a dry fly perspective.


^ yeah Kid, I feel your pain.

I had this week penciled in for a grannom trip out there. The same thing happened last year in the middle of April to mess up fishing the grannoms.




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Re: Timing for spring hatches...... looking to be early

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I'd say the grannoms are/were right on schedule. Mid april seems to be the new norm IMO.
Thirty years ago, the last week of april was the norm

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Re: Timing for spring hatches...... looking to be early

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all is good, right on track. I will be preparing myself for black caddis, blue dun, olives, egg sac adams in eggsac green, yellow, brown, with cream bodies, muskrat bodies, black and brown bodies. make sure some are tied spent wing. don't be afraid of size 10. Water up and will be. coachman, cowdung, Hendrickson below surface. that is what I am working on. small fly would be blue quill but maybe a miss because high water. red quills all month long.

maxima12

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