How did you guys do on the Yakima? I couldn't catch a cold on the Naches this weekend. Maybe it was too sunny and cold both days to really get the hatches going. Saturday was sunny all day. I saw nothing rise. I noticed a few BWOs around and some mahoganies around, but I also noticed I had no mahoganies left in my box. I noticed #14 or #12 sized shucks along the stream edge, so it looks like the mahoganies around here like to crawl out on the bank to hatch. No October caddis seen though. I tried some trick nymphs but got nothing. I tied up some mahoganies Saturday night and tired it again midday Sunday. Seems like if these mahoganies crawl to the bank to emerge, maybe sparkle dun imitations don't make as much sense as comparaduns. Spectacularly better luck- I saw two fish rise to naturals, and had a rejection. I tied on 2 lb. flouro (down from 5X flouro) after the rejection and had a hookup but broke him right off. They showed no interest in the orange stimulator, the BWO cripples, the little PTs, the olive sparkle duns, the skulpin, the buggers, but I did get a bump on a wiggle bug. A few natural BWOs and mahoganies and a tiny pale mayfly spun unmolested in an eddy, too groggy from the cold to get airborne, but seemed in no danger of getting picked off by a cruising trout. All the fish were on that Slimfast plan. I should have gone steelheading, I'd catch more fish.