Isonychia duns emerge late afternoon into late evening. Wings are slate-gray in color, but the true give away for identification is the middle and hind legs are stark white, while the forelegs are dark in color. But often the forelegs are raised in position when the insect rests. This Isonychia gave me a couple minutes of his time and let me take a couple different shots.
Will always be one of my favorite shots, the mangled fly in the chompers of a nice fish. Even though this Roberts Yellow Drake will never fish again, as this 19″ brown trout caught by Kean OH, was disassembled in the battle. Nothing better than holding a great fish caught on a great fly. Nice job Kean!