Photo: This sweet lady bug crawled up and down my fly rod for only a minute or so. My fly fishing buddy suggested that this was very good luck. I agreed and proceeded to catch several cutthroats and a brown April 22, 2012.

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Photo: This "Yellow Sally" was difficult to capture, image wise. It probably just became a teenager/adult and was not interested in sitting still for very long. Big, black Stoneflys were also hatching this April 22nd, 2012. The Yellow Sally is quite a bit smaller in stature than the Black Stones. I took this image on the Wind River between tying on a new set of flies. Near beautiful Dubois Wyoming. http://mflyshop.com/wyoming-fly-fishing-guides
Photo: While walking back from our fly fishing trip, near the Wind River, I spotted what I thought may be hoppers jumping in the field! "How bizarre" I thought, hoppers in April?. Couldn't believe one would see fully-grown adult grasshoppers in April. 

But there it was. 

Vic took this picture of the early Tan Hopper. Dubois Wyoming never ceases to amaze me with it's beauty and surprises.

Next time out - may be ready to tie on a Hopper Dropper rig.

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Bradley Marlow
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This "Yellow Sally" was difficult to capture, image wise. It probably just became a teenager/adult and was not interested in sitting still for very long. Big, black Stoneflys were also hatching this April 22nd, 2012. The Yellow Sally is quite a bit smaller in stature than the Black Stones. I took this image on the Wind River between tying on a new set of flies. Near beautiful Dubois Wyoming. http://mflyshop.com/wyoming-fly-fishing-guides
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