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Discussion in 'FlyTyingForums.com, Fly Tying, Trout Fishing' started by Nutsboat, Mar 4, 2018.
Cabin fever is bad right now.
I guess so. Nice looking flies. Hatches are based on a combination of water temp and daylight hours. Temp effects risers a lot, too. Trying to remember the earliest I’ve ever seen consistent hennie’s in the northern lower, enough to get fish up, maybe 10 days before the opener so April 14?* Unless we get a ton of snow and then runoff I expect they’ll start before the opener this year. If I was a betting man I’d say the 21st would be a good day to be out there. 7 short weeks, 6 if you feel really optimistic.
*Edit: that year the opener could have been the 30th I don’t remember. Interested what is the earliest anyone remembers.
Very nice flies. Don't know where you'll be fishing, but they'd surely work on just about every trout stream I've ever fished.
Nice flies—one of my favorite hatches of the season.
I’m used to fishing the western UP and northern Wisconsin, where I grew up. Around those parts, one could pretty much count on getting good Hendrickson hatches in the middle of May. Hoping to time that right again this year on a particular river up there.
Mid April sounds about right.