To those familiar with Lake 16 (and my bitch-session post), there were these dull-reddish flying insects that were skating about the surface on Saturday. They were definitely not chironomids and didn't look like a flying ant or caddis. Their wings were flush to the body and extended past the abdomen. The legs were surprisingly short and stout--like a beetle's. These insects seemed to have difficulty flying off the water, so must have presented easy targets for the many surface-feeding trout. Does anyone know what these insects are? There were two boys who were new to fly fishing (they and their casting told me as much) who found success with red-bellied humpies. I think there is something going on here.