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Re: Early Stone

2009/12/17 20:43
From Souderton PA
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Thanks Sandfly. Those are some nice ties and give me plenty of ideas. Maurice, that is another nice solution. Thanks for the link.

Posted on: 2012/1/21 11:40

Re: Early Stone

2006/9/13 10:18
From LV
Posts: 595
Actually in Berks County and much of the SE PA region there are at least 2 different early stones that hatch, both are very dark one is skinny and a #18 to 20 and the other is a #12 to 14 it has a much heavier body. The small ones hatch from Feb 1 toaround the middle of the month the other from March 1 to April.
I see another small black stonefly, it could even be the same one, that hatches spordacially all year, near home.

Posted on: 2012/1/30 1:09
The object of a resource is to use and reuse a resource, not to use it up, have we learned nothing in over 125 years of stocking?

Re: Early Stone

2009/2/6 18:59
From pittsburgh
Posts: 13
i seen a tiny black stone on the south side of pittsburgh today out side of thai me up should have taken a pic

Posted on: 2012/2/6 19:12
fly fishing - an addiction in which no one wants an intervention


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