Our yesterday windstorm results in the need for some caution while boating on the lower river (below Heise). Likely some trees have been downed to become river-born snags thanks to the blustery weather. Look ahead when you are about to float past areas with bank side cottonwoods.
BWOs and mahogany duns are out and the densest hatches will be during cloudy days. A few active mutant stones remain early in the day, and under low light conditions streamer patterns will become increasingly effective.