April Caddis emergence has started

Early April sunshine and a slight warming of water temperatures have spurred our annual “mothers day caddis hatch”. Be on the look out the next few days for ridiculous numbers of tan, charcoal, and black caddisflies sizes #14-18 in AIG type numbers. This hatch can be frustrating the first couple of days. Look for isolated feeders, swing wets, and hope you get March Browns as well. I will be on the lower McKenzie today so a more in depth report to follow.–CD

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1 Response to April Caddis emergence has started

  1. Brian says:

    “AIG type numbers” — LMAO

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