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Re: They're here

2012/1/13 15:28
From Ferguson Twp.
Posts: 20

ryguyfi wrote:

Hook_Jaw wrote:
gfen eat one once and tell us how they taste.

I bet if you put peanut butter, nutella, and marshmallow fluff on them they wouldn't be too bad...

Sounds yummy, just don't leave them in the coals too long.

Posted on: 2013/6/4 17:14
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Re: They're here

2012/3/14 6:23
From Lancaster
Posts: 486
I haven't seen one yet and I cover a lot of ground in many different areas for my work. I have not totally lost hope but its fading. So I switched to tying up foam beetles. The trout are starting to take them pretty hard. I think the hot weather last week has launched the terrestrial season!

Posted on: 2013/6/4 18:12

Re: They're here

2011/5/6 17:55
From Harrisburg
Posts: 18
Boy o boy! They are definitely awake around Clarks Creek

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I kinda got lost coming out of the FFO, and found myself in a field of thicket and bramble. Just swooping my net a few times on the surrounding plants as I walked landed me the above bounty.

There are no cicadas appreciably near the water. I'd have to assume that the flooding must have killed all of the closest ones. However, I did notice a cicada that 'fell' into the water by me and it was quickly gobbled up by a trout. I was able to fool a stockie at a different section into eating a green cicada pattern (which he annihilated), but most fish did not seem interested.

Posted on: 2013/6/5 12:40

Re: They're here

2011/3/31 12:18
From Clearfield
Posts: 338
Nice pics

Posted on: 2013/6/5 12:52

Re: They're here

2006/9/9 10:36
From Philadelphia, PA
Posts: 13
Would've tried Clarks tomorrow if we weren't getting poured on tomorrow. Oh well.

Posted on: 2013/6/6 17:10
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Re: They're here

2012/4/26 10:40
From Northumberland County
Posts: 0
Definitely hear them around my house in northern Northampton Co and at work in Carbon county now.

Posted on: 2013/6/9 16:43

Re: They're here

2008/5/29 15:28
From Lititz/Huntingdon
Posts: 42

We need a site/map like this for all hatches. Eh, maybe there already is.

Posted on: 2013/6/10 8:44
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