when I remember last year's dry fly action, I had a new experience may be some one can comment on. Fishing moving flat water on the upper sevier, I keep getting blanked. I was of the opinion the stupid water was sterile. And it was not just me, friends of mine were threatening to exfriend me for inviting them to join me fishing that turbid creek. Then one mid morning, while we were about to case the rods after again fruitlessly pounding the water, it looked like a family of beavers was moving up the stream. It was not. It was pods of 14" to 18" Browns eating tiny spinners on the surface. Where these fish came from is beyond me. We had earlier noticed a hatch of dinky mayflies before, but paid no attention. T The spinner fall must have happened as we were preparing to leave, triggering the bite. I hooked one dumb one, then bugs and fish vanished after about a half hour and sterile stream returned. Never got to go back and give it another try. What are the patterns, gear, strategy, and timing for this type of fishing? When do the hatches start? What time of day? Same bugs all season? I want to be prepared next summer. Any help will be appreciated.