Arkansas River’s “May Blizzard”

May 7, 2011 By: Marshall Cutchin

“On a warm day in early to mid May, one can sit by the river and watch. One or two beige-colored moth-looking creatures might pop to the surface, and before long, they’re all over the place. ”  Janice Kurbjun writes about the staged appearance of caddis on the Arkansas River in Colorado — an event that creates an annual spring rite for anglers trying to predict the next blizzard hatch — in the Glenwood Springs Post-Independent.