If June was for skimmers then July is apparently for clubtails.
A couple days ago Rhoda found Dragonhunter in an inlet off Lake Chapin. We kayaked out yesterday hoping to net one. There was a nice species diversity there, with Cyrano Darner, River Cruiser, and 3 species of clubtails among others. The only one we netted yesterday was Black-shouldered Spinyleg. One landed on my head at one point; they seemed to like to fly out from the trees to land on horizontal surfaces close to the water's surface.
I glimpsed this next one but missed it yesterday. When I returned today it was back on the same log. It was so old it actually didn't bother flying the first time I swept the net an inch or 2 over it. I had to practically hit it with the rim of the net on the 2nd swing.
And finally the bad M-Fer that drew Rhoda back the same time it did me today. Dragonhunter. She nabbed it out of the air with a well-timed swing. All these pics are hers.