Caddis: Saturation Bomb Hatches

“Today is Mother’s Day. So grab that box of cold cereal, the carton of milk and a handful of dandelions and toss them all on a tray. Hand the tray to your wife in bed at 4 a.m. with a big smile. Then throw an airborne kiss in her direction as you rush out the door.” Mark Henckel writes about the remarkable Mother’s Day hatch happening now in the afternoons and early evenings on many Montana rivers. In the Billings Gazette.

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