Posted on May 23 2017
A newly hatched sulfure rides the surface of a Pennsylvania stream.
Photos by Ted Fauceglia
Freshly hatched duns resting on slow-moving currents are the equivalent of low-hanging fruit. But trout will often follow and scrutinize a perfectly formed natural for several feet before deciding . . .
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