The Gunpowder is flowing at 28cfs and gin clear. Water temperatures are starting out at 54 degrees and rising to the 60 degree mark at the warmest part of the day. Thanks to Stefan for the following report & photos.
With low water conditions on the gunpowder fishing has been tough. With that being said fish still have to eat and fishing long 10-13 foot leaders tapering to 6 or 7x will get them to do just that. Ants and beetles will draw the most consistent dry fly action in the heat of the day, if you are fishing in the morning or evening a small size 16-18 tan caddis should do the trick. Streamers fished early in the morning will also provide a few eats.