Took advantage of the unseasonably warm weather and fished the Clear Fork of the Mohican River in North Central Ohio. I grabbed my Zerosum 360,6:4 had headed out.
Black Stoneflies were out in small numbers, and I managed to convince a few (!)holdover stocker Browns that my pattern was close enough.
The hatch started about 1:30 PM and all fish were caught by 'fluttering' the fly to mimic ovipositing. Great day on the water.
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Col. Robert Venables 1662
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