The Vagaries of Stoneflies

June 10, 2007 By: Marshall Cutchin

“Stonefly hatches on western rivers are like that: Covered with muddy water one year, launching a surface onslaught by hungry trout the next. So it is on the upper Colorado, which harbors a dense population of these oversized bugs, along with all the water vagaries to make a successful fishing scenario a sometime thing, maybe two out of five years if we’re lucky.” Charlie Meyers writes about the serendipity of chasing the stonefly hatch in Colorado in the Denver Post.