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Three hot hatches in Pennsylvania: These are the bugs to watch for in early May for trout anglers

March Brown flies can be used as blind search patterns. Even if you don’t spot a rise, the writer says, if you see a piece of water that looks fishy, try a thick Wulff-style pattern. (Photos by Vic Attardo)

Arriving at the stream, I take a moment to observe what’s going on. First I look for obvious rises, either those soft concentric circles that appear when a fish has daintily taken a bug on or near the surface, or a splashy chaotic eruption, which means something else entirely.

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