In the spring, I’m usually off the water by noon due to family commitments. It makes for good nymphing time, but I’ve yet to witness Hendricksons popping.
In a few weeks, thanks to Joe Drake’s initiative, our blog team will be fishing together. I have the hall pass to fish all day. So, I hope to see afternoon Hendrickson activity.
Any patterns you’d recommend?
To get ready, I’ve done some online research. It is a dizzying amount of information! Troutnut.com was particularly helpful.
Here is a size 12 nymph with legs, a light-colored mid-band and some split tails.
Here is a size 12 Steve Culton wet fly.
Any feedback would be great.