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hatch chart for saucon creek

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anyone have a hatch chart for saucon creek?

Posted on: 2017/8/26 15:03


Re: hatch chart for saucon creek
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daman1277 wrote:
anyone have a hatch chart for saucon creek?


There's a pretty dependable Trico hatch every morning and maybe some baetis (BWO) hatching on cloudy days. You may run into a few caddis here and there also. Terrestrials like beetles and ants usually catch fish.

Underneath, smaller stuff like hares ears and pheasant tails nymphs may work along with scud imitations, zebra nymphs and Al's rats. If the stream is up and cloudy, you can try a bugger or streamer.

Hatch chart below?....good luck!


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Posted on: 2017/8/27 10:56


Re: hatch chart for saucon creek

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There's a pretty dependable Trico hatch every morning and maybe some baetis (BWO) hatching on cloudy days. You may run into a few caddis here and there also. Terrestrials like beetles and ants usually catch fish.


^^ Precisely what I saw there on Thursday, although no risers at all. Disappointing. Caught some on ants.

Posted on: 2017/9/15 12:51


Re: hatch chart for saucon creek

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The Saucon has gone downhill over the last few years. Opinions as to why are all over the place but my last few trips, the only place I saw fish rising was in the park area and they are so fished over that they are more than a little picky. Parking restrictions are everywhere up there too. I'll definitely go back because I love this stream but as the previous poster said, "very disappointing" as to what it once was.

Posted on: 4/2 13:13


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The Saucon has gone downhill over the last few years. Opinions as to why are all over the place but my last few trips, the only place I saw fish rising was in the park area and they are so fished over that they are more than a little picky. Parking restrictions are everywhere up there too. I'll definitely go back because I love this stream but as the previous poster said, "very disappointing" as to what it once was.



I didn't realized foxes hibernated for so long!!

Welcome back, George.

Posted on: 4/2 16:18






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