The light colored Mayflies of summer have begun to hatch on the regions rivers. Tan, pale yellow, and Granny Smith colored Mayflies Should all be in the air soon. A variety of patterns in these colors will give sucess if presented correctly early in the hatch. Sizes 14-18, in dun’s and emergers is what I will be carring. Afternoon and evening should be the active period, with good nymphing in the morning. Some of the rivers are crystal clear, be stealthy and make long casts. Don’t forget the midges! They are allways popping up and the fish will feed on them just below the waters surface. Midging fish can be the most difficult to fish to. The keys to sucess will be presenting the bug in the right position in the water column and of course choosing the correct fly.