There is an axiom in flyfishing: Don't leave fish to find fish. You can adapt that also to mean, don't go to another lake when you catching at the lake you are on or last on.
There were plenty of mosquitoes at the launch but I had prepared my rods in advance so I skooted into the lake toute suite. Right away I got action on my usual combo of White Phentex Humpy and a chironomid point fly on a long leader. This time I had on an epoxy green buzzer. I got five takes on that plus a couple on the Humpy. Didn't land any but that's OK.
When I picked up an emerging midge, I saw that it was brown with tan stripes so I put on a brown chironomid and landed one on it.
On the wet rig: #4 sink with a Black Coney Leech as the dropper and a PT Nymph at the point after I noticed a single mayfly floating by. Got a nice 2nd year fish (like the one above) right away. Here is the Coney Leech I keep talking about.
All in all I hooked about ten fish today in five hours of fishing. That is not bad in a lake so close to civilization and 45 minutes from home!