|Date of Update:||3/23/2017
|Author:||TCO Reading Staff
|Highlight:||Call the shop and ask us about the fishing, need a guide we can help with that too!!!
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|Fishing Overview:||Spring is here and the river was stocked on 3/21! Be ready to catch some big fish, the Tulpehocken was entered into the keystone stocking program this year and received an additional stocking of some larger fish!
|Specifics and Tips:||Fish bright flashy flies for best success in the first few weeks after stocking.
Dries: Long leaders and light tippet, 6x and 7x for best results.
Nymph rigs: Make sure to get a drag free drift and to get deep.
Streamers: Hit the opposite bank throw a mend and let it swing!
High water days are best for streamers, 250 cfs and up.
|Hatches:||Black Caddis - sz.18-20
BWO - sz.18-22
Midge - sz.18-28 Stoneflies- Sz. 14-18
|Hot Patterns:||I Can See It Midge - sz.18-22
Caddis Larva - sz.18-20
Pheasant Tail - sz.16-22
Zebra Midge - sz.18-28
Cream Midge - sz. 20-28
Rainbow Warrior - sz.18-28
Wooly Bugger - sz.12-6
Near Nuff Sculpin - sz.10-6
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Be sure to stop in the store next time you visit the Tully... we will be happy to share our favorite fly patterns with you.
|Conservation Note:||If you see trash in the streams pick it up help keep our treasured streams clean and full of trout.
Not having a barb on the hook will help with quick releases, and decrease the chances of gill damage to the fish.