A couple weeks ago before the big bugs were flying we were still trying to scratch out a couple dry fly fish every day with skwalas. The above fish attacked a nymph rig as Larry and I slid around an inside corner, and then continued to rise while we sat and did some rigging work. Three flies later, this fish came up and sipped in the Wilson's Chernobyl that is hanging out of it's grill, a fly created by my good friend Scott Wilson. If you are looking for a simple and crazy effective hopper/stone/big bug pattern this summer, go get some of this bug, its a good one. You'll love the blue post too, it shows up much better in low light conditions that white does.