Well got out for a brief time this afternoon on my favorite New Jersey spring creek. The water was a nice 47f. I started out with the U.V. High Test Hares Ear. I got into a small wild brown right away. The feisty fella didn't let me get a pic. As I stood back up, I saw a rise, and then another. So I quickly tied on a olive dun, as I did notice an olive on the water. I watched it come down the current seem from the riffle and gulp. I made my first drift, nope. My next cast put the fly right next to the bank. It drifted slowly and then, gulp. A nice little wild brown had taken the fly. A quick pic and thank you and a way he went. I moved up into the next run and sure enough more fish were rising. I managed several trout in this run and few in the next run. I had to pick my daughter up from school so away I went. With "more than four" I was satisfied, having good success with the dry fly in February.