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When these are blooming, you know Sulphur nymphs are ready to hatch!

MAYApril showers bring May flowers, baetis tricaudatus , p. adoptiva, Mothers Day and the annual arrival ofthe Shad in the Delaware River. Mid May will bring ephemerella (the Sulphurs.) Midges will be present as always and water temperatures will go from 54 degrees to 60 degrees.

We suggest Blue Winged Olives, Pale Evening Duns, Sulphur patterns, Adams, Ants, Craneflies, Henryvilles, Gold Ribbed Hares Ears, Elk Hair Caddis, Al’s Rats and Brassies

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