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Re: Hatch Chart

Thanks for the link. I've been out of the loop with fishing this yr. What's hatching right now where you guys fish?
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Re: Hatch Chart

That's a decent hatch chart. But this part is wrong:
"Sulphur 14-16 Small Variety first and Large next"

It's just the opposite. The large ones hatch first, followed by the smaller ones.

Size 14, size 16, size 18. And they hatch in that order.
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Re: Hatch Chart

"It's just the opposite. The large ones hatch first, followed by the smaller ones.

Size 14, size 16, size 18. And they hatch in that order."

True in general, but can overlap.
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Re: Hatch Chart

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A decent hatch chart. But the sulphurs start much earlier than May 20.

The size 14s hatch first, then the size 16s, then the size 18s.

The size 14s start hatching much earlier than May 20. It's not unusual to see some even in late April (including this year). I've seen heavy hatches as early as May 4. They are on already on many streams, so have some in your box if you're fishing this weekend.
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Re: Hatch Chart

^^ This is very good advise.^^

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