Posted on October 04 2016
A blue-winged olive emerges from its nymphal shuck.Photo by Stemonitis, via Wikipedia
Everybody loves the blue-winged olive hatches of spring, when the mayflies emerge on cloudy or even snowy days. It's often the first great dry-fly fishing of the year, and the bugs are . . .
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