The forecast for today looked like it was going to be the warmest day of the week, so plans were made to met Alan on a favorite small stream. We had planned to meet around the warmest part of the day and I was hoping to find a trout or two willing to take a stonefly off the surface.
I started off with the pinkie and managed to cox a small brook trout out from under a brush pile. It wasn't long before Alan spotted a fish taking something off the surface. He put on a bomber and had a few swipes, I fished a #18 elk hair caddis with a peacock herl body. That fly managed to fool a handful of brook trout before things went quite. I took the water temp and was surprised to see it read 39F which might explain the willingness of the trout to be looking up. So for now the streak is still alive with another month in the logbook taking trout on the dry.