Posted by hugo on April 07, 1997 at 15:51:08:
In Reply to: Re: Stream-bred rainbows? posted by hugo on April 07, 1997 at 15:37:42:
I fished Overflow branch New Years week.
I caught one "wild" rainbow, or at least thought
the fish to be a wild rainbow due to its vivid
colors and smaller size.
I used a net to sample the stream insects.
There was a large nymph of 1 1/2 inches in my
samples (as large as 2 inches most in the 1"
to 1&1/2"size) a light brown in color with a
pale cream underbody is this a "Early March
I also had a very bright yellow/gold nymph in
my samples is this a "Golden Stonefly Nymph"????
Is it unusal to find a "golden stone" in Georgia
trout streams? And, is the Early March brown
nymph a year round nymph in its nymph "stage"?
One last question: I am looking for a realistic
pattern for the "Early March Brown nymph" any
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