A potpourri of hatch activity brought the rivers to life last night. Reports from anglers on a number of rivers told of countless rises and complex hatches that thwarted many and embraced few. The lower end of the Rush River was still off color from the isolated storm that hit on Wednesday. The river clears farther up stream, if you want clearer water move up stream. The Kinni remains low and in good shape. In the last week these are the names of the bugs that customers have clearly identified to be part of these complex hatch events; A small dark bodied Caddis #18 A large tan/cinnamon Caddis #14 Cream Midges by the million # dust Sulphur