Hatch Charts

Hatch Charts

 At this point Bug Chuckers Inc. wanted to give you a basic hatch chart so you know what to expect and look for when you travel to these waters. 

Savage River

 Brown & Black Stonefly – January – April…………………Size #14 – #18

Blue Wing Olive – April and Late Summer…………………Size #16 – #22

Brown & Cream Midges – All year……………………….Size #20 – #26

Hendrickson – April………………………Size #12 – #14

Red Quill – April……………………..Size #14 – #18

Quill Gordon – April……………………..Size #12 – #14

Caddis – April – October……………………….Size #12 – #16

March Brown – May………………………Size#12 – #14

Green Drake – May…………………………Size #8 – #10

Sulpher – June…………………………Size #14 – #16

Cahill – June – August…………………………Size #12 – #16

Hoppers – June – August……………………Size #6 – #12

Ants – June – September………………..Size #14 – #18

Power Bait – Never

Live Bait – Never

Carolina Rigs – Never

 The last three are just for a good laugh but for the rest of the bugs, this is a basic guide that we will update as time goes on and once we see what’s coming off and when.  You can also use this chart for the Yough as it is very similar in times.  Obviously, more bugs pop off the water than what we listed but these are the more abundant ones.  This might vary from other hatch charts but we want to pass on what we actually see.

 Keep checking this page out as we are in the process of writing up more hatch charts.  Hopefully one day we can make it into a fancy graph chart form but at this time we are to busy fishing.

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2 thoughts on “Hatch Charts

  1. Steamboat says:

    What about a bama rig? Kg I heard you had great success wit dat when going after grindle
    And how about doping your flies with some dr. Juice…you told me that stuff was the ticket.

    1. Steamboat, The bama rig can produce at times but to tell you the truth Ryan is the master of it all. Now on the other hand using Dr. Soda and SO-CO when times get tough can get pretty productive.

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