The last two Browns were particularly acrobatic. Dry flies that were eaten most today were the Royal Wulf, Stimulator, and March Brown. The latter was the fly I had on when I heard some load slurps in the tail of the pool I was fishing. I looked and saw the rings. Two casts later I let the fly skate and a good fish took. It was fighting strong or it's evident size. When it came close enough to see my jaw dropped, for at the end of my line was a Tiger. The state only puts Brook and Brown Trout in this stream. Of course with both some interbreeding is possible, and this was the proof that it has happened.
I continued upstream catching plenty on dries. On the way back down I used a streamer and got the last two stocked fish.