River; South Fork of Boise River(below Anderson Ranch Reservoir) Stream flow; 1800 cfs Weather; Pretty Sunny/98F(37C) Hatch; Still Caddis Hooked; 4 Caught; 3
Now summer is in full swing here, it was almost one hundred degrees Fahrenheit today.
I still saw a bunch of Caddis, but I didn't know whether they were just hatched or laying eggs.
At first, I missed several rises of good one. I didn't know the reason why, fly pattern, size... But it was true that I still need something to get big boy's rise by match the hatch.
This was the second one, caught by Elk Hair Caddis #18(19inches/49cm).
Although I was really happy to catch him, I couldn't have a confidence to identify what they were feeding now.
Maybe my choice was correct. Because I could catch another one(14inches/35cm) just after this one with same fly.
I did succeed in setting hook the fourth one, but it was hooked off soon because of this bent hook.
Anyway I need more skill up for everything... But it is a kind of fun also, that is fly fishing.