Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Entomology' started by Taxon, Aug 16, 2013.
This is an extremely valuable resource. Thanks Roger.
Perhaps, but like an old dog, it may be too late to learn a new trick.
Thanks for your kind words.
Really cool Roger. It's probably even more helpful for newbs like me than the old hands. Really cool. Does this chart change at elevation or is it the same everywhere?
The WA Aquatic Insect Emergence Chart is sufficiently generalized to accommodate elevation differences. However, emergence at a high elevation location in E. WA can be expected be up to two weeks later than its respective emergence at a low elevation location in W. WA.
Thanks for the reply Roger. I'm surprised it's so little of a variance. Thanks for sharing your knowledge!
Thank you, Roger. Great source.
I secured it to make a copy to put next to my vice.
BTW, the URL is currently not working...
Thanks for the heads up. I called in the problem early this afternoon, and was told that all of the servers were down, and they had to be brought back up one at a time, and they had no idea how long it would take. Sorry about that.
EDIT: Whew, after being down for approximately 36 hours, my website's server is finally back up again, hopefully for good.