Salmon fly hatch on the Columbia

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  1. tyeoneon

    tyeoneon Active Member

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    This happened Monday evening! Pretty cool sight in Wenatchee!!!!
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  2. WT

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    caddis.
     
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    Great pic either way!
     
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    cool!
     
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    rory Go Outside

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    Awesome picture.
     
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    freestoneangler Not to be confused with Freestone

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    Great shot!
     
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    Dipnet The wanted posters say Tim Hartman

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    What an amazing pic! Are you a professional photographer?
     
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    The Columbia is the most underrated fly fishing river we have in the state, IMO. I encounter hatches like that throughout the summer, usually right before lights out. A little over a week ago I lucked onto a similar swarm, and landed six goood fish. The next night I took enlightened to experience my favorite hatch, but the wind(or something) killed the hatch.
    Man I Love Caddis!
     

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