Spent a couple hours on Saturday evening on the Tangy in Delaware. This was my first time down there and went on the spur of the moment (sorry brhoff!). I wasn't expecting much, but to my surprise landed 7 little SMB. The first one, which was the biggest of the day at 12", scared the crap out of me because I really wasn't expecting much. He was caught on an olive bugger with bead chain eyes. Also caught one with an olive BH leach, but the real fish catcher of the day was (big surprise here) a clouser minnow-orange over brown. Most of the fish hit on the down stream swing, but I did find a few while stripping back upstream in the slower areas hunkered down right in next to the rocks. I was surprised at the number of cold water spring-seeps on the western side of the river. Is that typical for the Tangy? Also, I noticed a couple of the fish had a little white worms (I'm guessing parasitic) that were burrowing into the fish's flesh. I tried to extract one for a closer look, but it was really stuck in (kind of like a tick does). Any ideas what that could be? Saw a few sipping what I can only guess were midges or terrestrials that I couldn't see off the top, but very sporadic. All in all, I was pleasantly surprised at the Olentangy.