Got out to McMurray mid-morning on Saturday, and kicked the float tube over to the SW corner of the lake where I've typically done OK on the planters. Tried the usual buggers without success, but noticed a lot of shucks on the water. I spent some time looking around, and finally found a couple of bugs hatching. I'm no etomologist, but they were sort of a zebra stripped bug that I tentatively ID's as some sort of chironomid. SInce nearly all the shucks looked a little old, the hatch had evidently come off some time before I got on the lake. There was no surface activity at all. I was considering a return trip this weekend, and getting out on the water earlier this time. I was going to swing by Patrick's some afternoon on my way home from work to get something that matched the hatch, but my question to the forum is if anyone has had any luck on McMurray fishing chironomids? I estimate I was in about 30' of water, but those shucks could easily have blown in from a shallower part of the lake. I don't know that I'm good enough to fish an indicator with a 30' leader, but I assuming my intermediate sink tip would OK fishing them with a tight line. At least reading what I can find online that would seem to be a reasonable technique in deeper water. Or maybe I start shallow with an indicator? Any suggestions would certainly be appreciated.