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Old 04-30-2013, 09:14 PM
waterwolf waterwolf is offline
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Originally Posted by fourx View Post
Not full blown hatches, young Jim.
What's funny is, in jan. I've seen single duns here and there and they nearly all get eatin.
In fact, a brown trout told me she "loved them!" and "they taste like a cross between bananas, chicken, and honeydew".


Having eaten sulphurs I will respectfully disagree with the brown trout, they taste like a$$ and are bitter.

It is a testament to that river that even sporadic hatches occur year round, I was just curious whether they were were full blown hatches or as you described.
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