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307 | 2021 Mid Atlantic Brood X Cicadas

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Fly Fishing Consultant Podcast
Duration: 51:57
Seventeen years ago Rob was a newlywed, teaching high school, driving a two door car, and living in an apartment in the Court House neighborhood of Arlington, Va. A lot has changed since the last emergence. Rob and his family live in Rutherford, Virginia. The neighborhood was a dairy farm until the
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Seventeen years ago Rob was a newlywed, teaching high school, driving a two door car, and living in an apartment in the Court House neighborhood of Arlington, Va. A lot has changed since the last emergence. Rob and his family live in Rutherford, Virginia. The neighborhood was a dairy farm until the middle part of last century. The neighborhood was established in the early 1960s. Not much has changed with the local environment since the past three emergences. In small world trivia Dan Davala's wife's aunt used to live in Rob's house. We all waited eagerly to see the first bugs. Anglers tying flies and discussing tactics on Internet forums. Those with entomophobia cursed the bugs and stated their disdain for them before the first nymph emerged. Rob has tied over 1,300 cicadas since March and now offers them in green. The green version is called the cicatydid.This is Rob's account of his third emergence recorded over several weeks. The preparation, fly design and development, selling and fishing the flies, and the fish that ate them. Warning, the bugs are VERY LOUD. You may want to turn down your volume.Accompanying YouTube Video Coming SoonProduced by Jason Reif Fly-Fishing with Foam Terrestrials by Vince WilcoxWaypointTV



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