Been a while since my last true report. I'll start by saying usually my small stream reports on here are from a combination of outings, but this report was all one afternoon, yesterday afternoon that is. I waited for the worst of the heat to subside (air temp was about 85*/86*F) and left late afternoon to hit the lower reaches of a spring fed stream in hopes of some dry fly action, and I was not disappointed. Best outing year-to-date for dry fly action with the natives for both quality and quantity, landed 7 trout in a few hours (only one was a stocked trout, didn't take a picture of it) all of which were over 6" and the biggest being about 9", which for southern maine, is a nice sized wild trout. Also, while still early summer, the trout are starting to show signs of coloration; some of the "natives" here are pretty bland looking as they live primarily in a sandy environment, but a few had gorgeous yellowy-orange bellies & fins. The fly, the only fly I used (didn't change flies once) was a size 16 parachute caddis. Fished with a dead drift, I got a few hits, but the brookies couldn't refuse it when I gave it a little stripping action. Water temperature was in the low 60*s (like I said, all spring fed, so the brook temperature peaks in the mid 60s even in the worst of conditions and hottest days of the year). Here are some pictures.