Okay if you have fished with me, you understand that one of my strengths is not Latin terminology for aquatic insects. I have a very simple approach to aquatic life. Match the color and size. But sometimes knowing a little bit more than they other guy, can give you an advantage. Below is a video of a couple bugs in the tub. Late May and early June the Manistee as both the Siphlonurus Nymph and Baetisca Nymph swimming around pretty regularly, in certain sections. And yes I had to look those names up!
I have been using Ann Miller’s new Hatch Guide for Upper Midwest Streams. I highly recommend this book, contact Ann at AnnRMiller@aol.com . This is a great guide for on the stream and at the fly tying bench. Thank you Ann.