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Old 02-16-2013, 06:30 PM
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Originally Posted by David Knapp View Post
Good variety but you need to come out west and experience a blizzard hatch. Or try the SoHo during sulphur times... The Smokies have very few hatches that get the fish going like a big hatch can, but the ones that do happen are definitely something to experience!!!
That would be a nice experience for me. I may try to make it this year. I've seen few heavy hatches so far: I saw a hatch of blue quills on the Elk in WV, a large hatch of BWO's on the Caney, and that's about it for large single fly hatches. I did see some really good hatches in the Smokies but they contained multiple species of flies. I think the neatest hatches were definitely in the Smokies. I've never seen so many different kinds of flies at once.
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