The famous nocturnal Hex hatch of the Midwest (and a few other lucky locations) stirs to the surface mythically large brown trout that only touch streamers for the rest of the year.
I'm not sure how to pronounce it in the original French... However, in Wisconsin, everyone always just calls it the Brule, pronounced as you'd expect -- "Brool."
"While Nick walked through the little stretch of meadow alongside the stream, trout had jumped high out of water. Now as he looked down the river, the insects must be settling on the surface, for the trout were feeding steadily all down the stream. As far down the long stretch as he could see, the trout were rising, making circles all down the surface of the water, as though it were starting to rain."
Many people feel that because of his descriptions, he was fishing the Fox and not the Two Hearted. Crafty, eh.
I now suspect that Matt actually fishes the Ebranch and not the Wbranch...
Oops! My ruse has been discovered.
Didn't your mothers teach you to share and play nice with others? :)