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Spring is passing rapidly, and on Spring Creek smaller Sulphurs (E. dorothea) are starting to predominate over the larger, early Sulphurs (E. invaria). This transition also means that Light Suphur Nymphs are fishing better than Dark Sulphur Nymphs, patterns that emulate invaria. For the times between hatches, you can prospect the water with a tan caddis dry or fish old reliable nymphs like sowbugs and scuds.
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Tan Elk Hair Caddis
Elk Hair Caddis, Tan
Our Price: $1.80

Sulphur Parachute
Our Price: $1.80

Sowbug (Cress Bug)
Our Price: $1.75

One of those simple yet highly effective trout patterns.  Works particluarly well on the local limestone streams of central Pennsylvania.  One of the must have patterns.
Scud (shrimp), Olive
Our Price: $1.75

One of the best all around patterns for fishing Spring Creek.  Works 12 months out of the year, fish smaller sizes when water is low and clear, larger sizes when the water is up. ** Check out the video on how to tie!**
Ray Charles fly pattern
Ray Charles
Our Price: $1.70

Light Sulphur Emerger
Our Price: $1.70

Dark Sulphur Emerger
Our Price: $1.70

Light Sulphur Nymph
Our Price: $1.70

Available weighted and unweighted.
Dark Sulphur Nymph
Our Price: $1.70

The earliest of the Sulphur species to become active. Available weighted and unweighted.
Walt's Worm
Walt's Worm
Our Price: $1.70

One of our favorite go to patterns.  We tie them in a variety of sizes and fish them according to water levels.  Small sizes when water is low and larger sizes when the water is up.  Great for searching pattern for trout and bass.  Simplicity at it's finest.