The Gunpowder River is clear in the catch and release section and flowing 162 CFS and is 53.5 F. The fish are finally looking up but have not moved into the edges of the stream yet. Most are still holding below the riffles but they should move into the “water you can hear” as the trees start to leaf out. Wild fish have been caught on Hendricksons, black flies, a stimulator, black stoneflies and even tiny BWO’s this week. We caught a glimpse of Mark and the crew from MD DNR fisheries after they stocked the lower River yesterday with 2, 400 rainbows. Thanks to Josh for the great shot of a bright rainbow!