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    Default Hatch Chart for the Mid-Atlantic Region

    This is something new we are trying to add to the forum, so if you have a hatch chart of your favorite water in the Mid-Atlantic Region please add it or let me know and I can add it in. Thanks!
    Larry


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    Last edited by mcnerney; 07-22-2015 at 07:26 PM.
    It's not the heat, it's the stupidity.
    What manner of jackassery will I be subjected to today?

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    Default Re: Hatch Chart for the Mid-Atlantic Region

    Trout Unlimited - Ken Lockwood #244

    "A bad day at fishing is still better than a good day at work"

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    A few from my old stomping grounds in eastern Pennsylvania... affectionately known as, The Lehigh Valley Limestoners







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    Default Re: Hatch Chart for the Mid-Atlantic Region

    Amazing to look at the long list of hatches listed above, wish we had something like that going on in Western Oregon. I can't even remember the last time I pulled out the can of bug repellent. Probably just as well?

    Very little in the way of trout fishing (saved for stocked lakes) until you get to Eastern Oregon. There the trout fishing is excellent.

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    Default Re: Hatch Chart for the Mid-Atlantic Region

    Really cool to compare the three posts.

    Axle27, yours shows the time of day and thats neat! slips74 breaks it down into the specific groups and even includes streamers, and stencron breaks it up by specific bodies (creeks) of water. What more could you ask for. Great work guys and thanks for posting.

    Dan

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    Thanks for those charts guys, these are really nice.
    Still I only use a couple of dozen ties during the year which seems to work for me.

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