Fish till ya drop. Then suck it up and fish the evening hatch. After reading Gary LaFontaines' "Trout Fliesroven patterns", I was surprised by his Mayfly Emerger and Chironomid Emerger patterns. On both patterns he ties a small white foam loop thorax and a forward facing ORANGE WING. He claims from using diver observation that these patterns are far more effective attracting attention from the trout AND getting takes. After noting that when I use orange indicators I often get "takes galore" on my indicator in certain waters. I can see the orange reasoning. Orange just seems to be a superior color for attracting trouts attention initially. He claims the foam thorax diffuses the light downward sufficiently to resemble the partially emptying shuck of an emerging insect. I don't know on that one? Does anyone have any first hand local expericence with his orange winged/foam thorax patterns on our waters?