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Gerald P. Lenzen with a slab caught on a callibaetis nymph... Photo: James Anderson

As if Salmonflies and PMD’s weren’t enough, there’s also some serious Callibaetis hatches coming off on local and private ponds.  Plan on fish looking up for dries as early as 9:00 – 9:30, and depending on wind and weather lasting until about 2:00 PM.  A few of our favorite patterns include callibaetis cripples, callibaetis biot parachutes, and of course spent wing spinners from the House of Harrop.  If you are looking to target some seriously plump trout on small dries, give us a call!