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Thread: Stonefly Time?

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    Default Stonefly Time?

    Anybody seen any stones on the lower Yuba yet? Or is it still too early?

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    I saw a few dozen shucks next to some faster water last week.

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    I'll add that I brought no fish to net last week, but had a few good strikes and a couple of nice rainbows on that I thought I'd land (but didn't after a minute or three) all on two-fly rigs with stonefly patterns as the top fly...

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    I think February is a good month for the Skwala Stones depending on the flows.

    Top water action can be good on a nice sunny day.

    http://www.west-fly-fishing.com/ento...y/skwala.shtml
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Kiene View Post
    I think February is a good month for the Skwala Stones depending on the flows.

    Top water action can be good on a nice sunny day.

    http://www.west-fly-fishing.com/ento...y/skwala.shtml
    February for sure, if the weather holds up.

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    65 degrees in Sac today. It could be an early year!

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