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flyfishinginnewengland 04-09-2006 11:31 AM

What flys should I use in early spring
 
Recently started fly fishing again and wonder what I should use here in New England this time of year

dougm 04-09-2006 02:30 PM

Re: What flies should I use in early spring
 
Years ago, I edited a little book by my close friend Steve May entitled, The Wright Hatch - Vermont.

In Mayflies, Steve suggests the Dark Blue Winged Olive, Pale Morning Dun, and Blue Wing Olive Midge.

In Caddisflies, Little Sister Sedge and her first cousins lead the way followed by the Grannom.

Hope this helps...

Doug

flyfishinginnewengland 04-22-2006 11:30 AM

Re: What flys should I use in early spring
 
Thanks ! I'll givem them a try

atlaw 04-24-2006 09:07 AM

Re: What flys should I use in early spring
 
and don't forget a dark wooly bugger. I have had great luck with these on the Deerfield early on


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