Spring Hatches | Mark Raisler
Hatches are what keep fly fishermen happy.
The constant perpetuation of the life cycles is an interesting deal.
Lots of stages that the nymph anglers are interested in.
The dry fly gang could care less about larvae, pupal imitations, and emerges…well sometimes the emergent bugs spark a smile.
The real fun shit happens when the bugs are floating down the river and the trout are eating them.
Yes, super stuff and the stuff dry fly dreams are made of.
Can you picture the bugs that you like in your head.
Can you close your eyes and see them hatching, spinning, or just drifting along before the snout snatches them into the waiting mouths…
Mark love to take photos and insects are no exception.
Mark shoots a Nikon D5000, D7000, Sigma 10-20mm F4, Nikkor 18-200mm F3.5, Nikon 35mm F1.8, Tamron 70-300mm F4…