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Re: Morning Hatch??

2006/9/13 10:18
From LV
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Up he Bushkill this time of the year if it's a white mayfly it's most likely a light cahill.If there were a ton of flies on the water they were most likely spinners which are spent mayflies after they've laid their eggs.
However there is a very good hatch of little blue quills on the Bushkill and it starts in June and is generally a morning hatch with the spinnerfalls during the evening.
A lot of times you won't see the flies over the water during the day, they seem to like flying their mating flight over the land and roads. They come back during the evening to lay eggs and die, the flies are tiny and I use a LBG dun for mornings and rusty spinner in the evenings. I 've had very good catch rates when fishing both hatches.
Is this the Bushkill in Easton?

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Re: Morning Hatch??

2013/2/16 16:06
From Bushkill
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bushkill in bushkill

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