I don't get out fishing much anymore...not as much as I would like. But I always try and sneak out to the water for some mid day lunch hours in April. Like clockwork, after a few days of 70+ degree weather the black caddis emerge. It is likely the best dry fly fishing of the year for the mighty brown. Great way to escape work for a nooner. Even with stream being on the downward trend for fish density, I have fished the ol girl for 20 years and have some old standbys that produce during the hatch.
Just like an old girlfriend, every now and then she gives you a wink and a dance if you stop by just enough.