Flow out of Palisades Dam is down to 11600 cfs. This will make for more wading opportunities and some good fishing in the river below. Nymph patterns with and without a bead as well as rubber leg and streamer patterns will produce. With this lower flow riffles could produce some afternoon BWO activity, and the top of these with shallow water will be best locations to try life cycle patterns. Consider that with this lowered flow the South Fork offers a relatively uncrowded alternative to the lower Henry’s Fork where the giant stonefly hatch attracts a crowd.