Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Entomology' started by Teenage Entomologist, Feb 19, 2014.
Not all stones crawl out on the bank. From Rick Hafele:
Interesting, but there seems to still be some controversy as to whether the Yellow Sally actually does emerge in open water. Ralph Cutter, a very astute observer, is convinced that such reports are instances of ovipositing females being mistakenly identified as emergers.
Even if Rick has ran into some freakish stonefly theory? fact? the vast majority of stoneflies crawl out of the water. There's always some weirdass critter out there that just has to be different from all the others
Here is a stone fly we found on the Cowlitz River yesterday in rain and
Nice Salmonfly man! There hatching here too on the Lower Sacramento River. My grandpa caught one about the same size a couple days ago.