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What To Do In A Sulphur Hatch

May 12, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

George Grant talks about the sulphurs — traditionally a May and June hatch — that come off on Tennessee’s South Holston almost year-round. “Their light golden color and pale gray wings make Sulphur duns easily recognizable. Size 16 hooks match most of the bugs, but there are times when 14s are needed so make sure your fly box includes both sizes. Comparaduns are the most popular style dries and they do offer exceptional durability and floatation. They also perform quite well during a spinner fall.” On Tri-Cities.com.