Today Stan and I made the run down to Riverton/New Hartford, CT to fish the Farmington, one of my (many) favorite rivers in New England. After a few days of rainy, blustery weather, the skies began to clear and it was great to be out on the water. As the day began to warm a bit (air temp 59F and water 50F) we saw a few BWO hatching and one solitary tan caddis in mid-afternoon. Very few rises, and so sporadic that we couldn't target any particular fish. We made the rounds of many of our usual haunts: Beaver pool, Whittemore, Church Pool, Greenwoods, Central Riffle, Boneyard and Ovation. After all that we each had a couple strikes with missed hook-ups and we each landed a fish. Stan got a nice rainbow pictured below and I got about a 15 inch brown. Stan got his on a white sparkle softhackle and I got mine on a white diamond-braid egg cluster.