Water is in great shape at ~167Cfs and the fish are still looking up. Paul was in today after picking a few up on a caddis and we both agreed that the fishing has been mighty good.
With cooler weather approaching, red butts in the morning hours should provide a lot of excitement.Try a #14-16 with a pheasant tail dropper in the same size and hold on. Dry fly folks should get out about midday and work flats and back eddies with caddis and olives in the #18-20 range.
Note: …If you thought Gunpowder trout were tough, ask me about Bonefishing in the rain.