My passion for fly fishing
Thursday, September 14, 2006
Nice picture. In the Fall, our October Caddis hatch - they're a big #8/#10 caddis with a pumpkin orange body. Very impressive watching them hatch by the thousands in a single evening. They pop from the water like small hummingbirds...
I read of this October Caddis hatch from Flyfisherman magazine. It sounds like I should travel there to experience it...
Yes, though a lot of other people do too - only to discover the real bounty isn't the hatch as much as the die-off.It's common to go fishless during the hatch, even when literally thousands of the huge caddis are pouring off the water.Later in the year - when they start dieing off the shoreline bushes - you can pick up some big, big fish who are looking for an easy meal. Big fun. Let us know when you're coming!
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