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Old 04-13-2012, 01:38 PM
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we are heading to the north fork river wva. the first week of may and I was wondering about the hatches. I looked at the hatch chart but we live in Pa. and the hatches here are way early approx. 3 weeks ahead so was wondering what hatches to expect there the first of may. Any other patterns would be welcome also. thanks Fred
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Hi Fred,

Welcome to the forum! if I were in your position (I grew up in North Central PA.) I would take the basic PA. selection and be prepared for whatever. Unless you get into the Hex hatch in MI. or the Salmon Fly in the Rocky Mountain States the PA. Assortment will get you by almost anywhere in the lower 48.

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I don't know about that river but do know a lot of bugs are hatching earlier this year. Did you try googling a hatch chart for that river? I only watch the Elk in West Virginia.
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Hi Fred,

Welcome. Try this link, I think it will help. Best of luck.
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