David and I decided to head up to a popular tailwater that receives a lot of pressure but usually has some good fishing. The morning started out slow but after mixing things up by putting on a bugger and letting it swing I landed a decent brown.
After a few hours some egg laying caddis starting showing and quite a few fish were slashing at them near the surface. David soon had a taker on a caddis dry fly.
Nymphing was proving to be very slow for some reason this day however David eventually got another fish that ate a San Juan worm.
It was a fun time out on the river and it left us thinking about different tactics, time frames, and waters to fish in the near future.