Large rust-colored mayflies hatch on Four Springs Lake for several hours before the afternoon winds push them off the water. For trout, these large mayflies are like a filet—meaty and appetizing. Once the wind picks up, Four Springs becomes a nymph fishery. But in the magic hours when the lake is glassy, anglers eagerly watch for rising fish and the opportunity to present a well-cast mayfly pattern.
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