Weather around that time is pretty unpredictable. It could be anywhere between the 40s, 50s, 60s or even 70s. One day it might be 50 and the next something else.

The Quill Gordon happens in the latter part of March. This month I have seen tons of little stoneflies.

They should take dries. Last time I went out which was two weeks ago I fished various dries with a beadhead prince nymph as a dropper. I never actually hooked a brookie on the dries but they attacked it often enough. One thing about these brookies is that if they are feeding they will hit whatever floats by. If you are not hooking them then most likely you need to switch to smaller size. Starting out with a size 16 is always a good bet.

I dropped you a line on email as well.

[This message has been edited by Devil's Ditch (edited 24 February 2005).]