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Weekend warmup, hatches expected?

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Looking like its going get get into the 60s this weekend, I'm hitting up a brookie stream tomorrow if I go help stock and Friday I plan to hit a FFO section somewhere kinda close, haven't decided where. Other than BWOs (have a bunch ready to go) is there any other hatches I should be expecting, I'm from near johnstown for location purposes

Posted on: 2013/4/4 0:30


Re: Weekend warmup, hatches expected?

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watch those brookie streams just because the air is warm doesn't mean the water is warm. been a cold winter and ground water is still cold making streams still to cold in the mountains, if there's any snow left they will certainly be cold yet..

Posted on: 2013/4/4 6:13
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Re: Weekend warmup, hatches expected?

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Yeah I've been doing good on wild brookies on nymphs all winter but I was hoping id be able to get one off the top with the warmer weather. Maybe ill find some risers Friday at the little mahoning

Posted on: 2013/4/4 13:34


Re: Weekend warmup, hatches expected?

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watch for small black stoneflies or maybe some blue quills among bwo

Posted on: 2013/4/4 15:38


Re: Weekend warmup, hatches expected?

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Picked up 5 today on little black stone variants, caught 3 on a black hares ear with red wire sz 18

Posted on: 2013/4/4 21:21


Re: Weekend warmup, hatches expected?

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I was out this evening and had some trout rising. I'm still a hack and couldn't identify the hatch exactly. Tiny and dark. I'd have to guess BWO. Caught one on a larger mayfly imitation and another on a prince.

Posted on: 2013/4/4 21:25


Re: Weekend warmup, hatches expected?

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I saw a few risers too, midges were hatching on the stream I was it, saw a few BWOs but only a few and didn't see fish taking them, caught all mine on stones

Posted on: 2013/4/4 21:38






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