Jun 19, 2021
Hi folks! Sorry for the delay, but we're back in the saddle with an episode about Blue Winged Olives ... which are kind of complicated and confusing - but I make it 100% clear. I think. I hope.
Mar 10, 2021
Hey folks - yep - worms. Surprisingly interesting and entertaining even if the patterns are pretty mundane. That said, don't forget to check out the blog to see the patterns I've posted.
Mar 10, 2021
I debated about even bothering to have a blog post on this subject, since pretty much everyone knows what a worm looks like and the patterns are pretty mundane. But then I thought, what the heck - and so here you go.
I'm sorry I don't have any pictures of san juan worms in their natural habitat - things...
Sep 8, 2020
Today we'll talk about cicadas and leafhoppers - plus we'll have a bonus interview with Charles Card - a guide on Utah's Green River - talking about the fun cicada "hatch" on that river. To learn more about Charles and book him for a trip, you can reach him at Spinnerfall Guide Service:
Aug 31, 2020
So here are some pictures, both of flies and naturals and links for Episode 43. First, let me give you the link to Charles Card's contact info if you would like to book a trip with him on the Green River:
You can book him through Spinnerfall Guide Service
OK, let's look at some bugs and flies.
Here are what eastern...