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JtberezMay 6th, 2011, 11:32 pm
Indiana, PA

Posts: 13
The larger stones are nearly done here in Indiana Co., and I was out for my first blizzard of small green caddis on tuesday evening. We finally nailed over 5 fish on top, all on caddis emergers and x-caddis (I never use a fully hackled caddis imitation) Not much mayfly activity yet, but with temps heating up and the water coming down, I'm feeling some sulphurs and light cahills on the way. Super stoked about throwing some of my new sulphur emergers. Will throw up some pics tomorrow.

Anyone else offer some hatch sights in the region?

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