October was a wonderful month on the water and I had a lot of time spent there with my two precious partners in crime. Pumpkin Caddis came to the water in waves to lay their eggs beneath the water in vegitation and under rocks, this was a great time to fish an orange Lafontaine Diving caddis in sizes12-16. Though it took a bit of pondering as to why an orange caddis dry fly, was not getting the job done. As soon as I saw those insect crawling through the meniscus to the underside of rocks and grass bingo the light went on! Diving caddis. My children and I had a blast fishing Isonychia’s in the warm afternoon sun. With a twitch here and a twitch there trout were eager to take our CDC Iso emerger in sizes 12-14. We spent many evenings enjoying the scenery, the fishing and each others company. I will forever cherish evenings on the water as memorable as these.