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PMD at this time of year?

Livingston spring creek spring creek entomology

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#1 leftyangler

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Posted 22 March 2013 - 11:32 PM

I was fishing for the BEST hatches of midges and BWO at DePuy's Spring Creek (www.depuyspringcreek.com) this afternoon. But the weather was far from best (check up my blog). Anyway, one of stomach samples show a large mayfly along with midge and BWO. Attached File  P3220945.JPG   83.68KB   60 downloads

I just thought interesting. I guess that's PMD? Species of mayflies we find at spring creeks are limited, you know....But it's March and under this super inclement weather...... I hope some of you find this interesting too. Attached File  P3220947.JPG   125.18KB   59 downloads


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#2 riffleriversteelheadslayer

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Posted 22 March 2013 - 11:41 PM

kind of looks like a hendrickson


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