Sulphurs duns not far behind
A good day with indeed many fish in a short time. It was pretty silly at times with fish on every cast. I only saw one dun at about 3PM, with swallows showing up like fighter pilots around 3:30 looking for the same hatch.
They are lying in behind the shoals preparing for the sulphurs. #14 Flashbacks(E. invaria are first to show, & they are larger than E. dorthea), and 16ft leaders for me (Drag Line was using his HOMEMADE furled leaders).
PS. That new Seagar flouro that I got at LRO is THE BEST tippet material I have used in 29 years of flyfishing. I used 6 and 5x pieces yesterday on my leader. The only fish I broke off was at the 3x portion of the leader.
PSS. Was going to invite ChemE Angler, but couldn't find a way to get in contact even through his blog.
sky - sunny
Baro. pressure- steady
Farmer's Almanac - bad day (so much for that)
feet - sore
I am a great admirer of spectator sports, especially on television; it keeps the riffraff off the trout streams.