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Old 05-18-2010, 11:58 AM
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Default Which Wet Flies?

Im going to be fishing a limestone spring creek in PA this weekend, and there is a sulphur hatch so I will be using nymphs, but I want to try out some wet flies, what do you guys recommend? I have some partridge and oranges which I want to try but what else could I catch something on?
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Default Re: Which Wet Flies?

During a sulphur hatch I always used a #18 or 20 Blue Quill. Dry or wet the fly will catch fish until there is nothing left on the hook but the quill wings. Fishing Creek Clinton Co., Spring Creek Center Co., Penn's Creek you name it, always the Blue Quill.

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