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sandflyx

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About sandflyx

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  • Birthday 08/03/1955

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    north central pa.

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  1. don't have them up here in northern Pa. look for oak trees anlong streams since they hatch from the root areas of oaks.
  2. rather use swannundaze it was made in insect colors, I still have over 1000 packs in my shop.
  3. pull forward folds back stop retrieve it bonces back to this shap with some shaking.
  4. largest mayfly in the U.S. dark green drake, (Litobrancha recurvata) or dark green drake, is the largest mayfly. Not as many as Hexigenia limbata but is larger.they hatch on pine creek between last week of august and 2nd week of september
  5. ap nymph (all purpose), pink cahill (one of 2 green winged flys other is the green drake) and a sail wing dun (related to the calibaetis )
  6. since we are doing redhorse flies this ones for the local bass, stripers and musky
  7. rare blue crawfish out of the susquehanna river
  8. 100 river tan crawfish in sizes #1 and 2 ready for the season. trout and bass fishing. I sell out every year
  9. I use the Mustad program too. in my collections between books, magazines, data base I have over 60,000 patterns now stored and adding to it every day..
  10. it's a natural thing with calf's they all have a twist at the tail. wait till they grow up the hair gets straighter!
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