No two fish eat a fly the same way, and no hatch is the same one day after the next. Take, for example, one of the most predictable hatches each year, the damselfly hatch. For years Gilbert Rowley and Nic Heslop had brushed off the fabled rumors of a high mountain lake home to oversized tiger trout and a prolific damsel hatch. Decades of fishing this hatch on dozens of other lakes had them believing they had experienced all this hatch has to offer. However, as is often the case in fly fishing, it turns out they were wrong, way wrong. But this time, their incorrect assumptions didn’t bother them. Because you never know when a good hatch will turn to great or even epic.