Last night, the Light Cahills were back and stayed until dark. Curiously, there was only a smattering of the other insects. It was cooler, and the front was moving in, so maybe that had something to do with it. The fish were much less cooperative, too, but we still managed to get a few.
Both flies are tied on size 14, standard dry fly hooks.
The extended bodies are elk hair and mallard flank respectively, wings are snowshoe rabbit foot hair, and the thorax is cream rabbit fur.
Sharpen those hooks!