Earlier in the week, we showed a killer green-drake hatch from Pennsylvania, and this video of a blanket-hatch of caddisflies in Idaho will give you that same warm, fuzzy feeling. Such hatches bring almost every fish in a river to the surface, and the fly-fishing action can be fast and furious. It’s been a while since I stood in the midst of a giant hatch—our big Hendrickson event on the Battenkill is the spinnerfall, rather than the emergence—and these videos have got me hankering to cast during such a frenzy.
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Wonder if it was the South Fork of the Boise….looked a bit big for that, but I have only been there in late October. Gotta love the bugs!