I have not been to the lower Farmington to bear witness, but I know the Light Cahills are coming off because the first rose in my garden bloomed today. On top, a classic Catskills dry or a creamy Usual; subsurface, a legacy Light Cahill winged wet or a Partridge and Light Cahill soft hackle. All will serve you well.
Every year is different, but nature is always on time. This rose is called “Grenada.”
Please ask Mother Nature to get the flow down to 300cfs for that hatch!
I’ll take 350…
It’s currently decorating a vase on the kitchen table. 🙂