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Published on May 1, 2012
In the clean and cold rivers of New England you will find an emerging Stonefly that reaches adult hood early in the season. Many anglers will mistake the adults for Caddis as they do have a similar look to the wings.
When the activity starts during mid day this size 14 to 16 stone can be the only thing they will take.