The Rivers That Come Alive at Night

The hot summer days on northern Michigan’s rivers are a different world than the one that emerges when the sun sets. That’s when the water comes to life. Director RC Cone and Sage Fly Fish give us a glimpse of the annual hatch of Hexagenia limbata, the giant mayfly, and the large trout that surface at night to feed on them. 

Original source: https://www.outsideonline.com/2415943/michigan-river-fishing-giant-mayfly-trout?utm_campaign=rss&utm_source=rss&utm_medium=xmlfeed

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