trailed with Nick's Caddis Soft-hackle did the job right.
Starting with this one, I really lost count. Trout took my flies on surface, subsurface, and while swinging. There was a wildlife jam on the road so with plenty of audience (only if they gave me a damn), I kept hauling fish!!!!
The biggest catch was this 16-inch brown on Nick's Soft-hackle. Casting to the bank from middle of the river, this one took the Nick's on surface before swinging. But the visibility of X Caddis let me know the take and I set the hook!! This is the deadlies combo!!
I noticed he had a couple of scars on the back. Maybe an osprey attack, I imagined??
This one was nothing huge but I saw he was calculating his rise to my X Caddis from four feet below!!!
My Frog's Fanny ran out by noon so I stopped.
I didn't see PMD at all!! At least it must have been an unnoticeable amount. I dropped by Upper Haynes where I fished the previous day. Eating my lunch, I noticed White Miller was all over also.
Enough lesson. For the morning of 27th and 28th, I carried both my Mayfly box and White Miller patterns!!