So I've always read in lots of standard lake texts that trout never really key on adult dragonflies. This made a lot of sense to me since the adults are crazy fast and there is just so much food under the water . . . why would they go up after low yield food sources. Two weeks ago I was fishing a basin lake with my dad and we both watched big trout go airborne again and again all afternoon chasing what looked like adult female dragonflies ovipositing. Never saw a fish actually get one but they jumped after them all day, sometimes coming four feet out of the water after them. Anyone else ever seen this or fished an imitation? Good to be back on the lakes. Tight lines.