Not a lot of fish rising during the day but they’ve been staying active subsurface. That’s not to say you shouldn’t toss a dry out there once in a while.Nothing fancy. Buggers, soft hackles and drifting nymphs is getting it done. Water temps have been 58-62 in the catch and release sections and 64 in the mornings down on the lower stretches. It’s pushing 70 degrees in the afternoons on a sunny day. Water flows have been shutting off at times and the fishing has been good.
Tan/Olive/Brown Caddis 14-18, Adams 12-16, Light Cahills 14-16, March Browns 12-16, Sulfurs 14-18, Yellow Sallie’s 14-16, Olive/cream Midges 20-24, Olive/Orange Stimulators 10-14, PMX 8-12, March Brown/GRHE Wet Flies 12-14, Soft Hackles 12-18, PT Nymphs 12-18, Olive/Natural Caddis Nymphs 10-16, WD 40 20-22, Zebra Midge 20-24, Hare’s Ear Nymphs 10-16, Black/Golden/Brown Stones 8-12, Deerfield Stone 14, Quill Jig 12-16, Sexy Walt Jig 12-16, Attractor Nymphs 10-18, Olive/Black/Brown Buggers 6-12 and other medium sized streamers 4-6.