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Fly Fishing Terrestrials in Pennsylvania, mid-summer fishing report.

Fishing terrestrial fly patterns begins reaching it’s peak in Pennsylvania around August and typically remains a very good dry-fly option for the rest of the summer and into early fall. By this time all of the land-loving lures we love to catch fish on are beginning to show up in numbers. Heavy hitters like beetles, …

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Fall Fly Fishing – best time of year for dries?

Everyone loves dry fly fishing, I say it’s the essence of fly fishing. But is spring really the best season for topside action? Let’s look at some reasons why fall might be your new favorite season for dry flies. #1.) Reliable fall hatches- – Isonychia -October Caddis -Blue Winged Olives – Terrestrials        -beetles        …

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White Flies on the Yellow Breeches. An introduction.

Perhaps one of my favorite hatches locally is the white flies on the Yellow Breeches. The hatch is reliable but can be tricky to time due to changing conditions from year to year. Depending on water flow and temperature the hatch timing can change. This of course also effects whether it is safe to ethically …

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