Flow out of Palisades Dam has been going down in a gentle manner (now at 8500 cfs). This means that riffle fishing, although diminishing a bit, is still good. These drops in flow should also help bring on mutant golden stoneflies and open up a few more wading locations. Hopper populations are up, so dropping patterns for them close to vegetated banks anywhere along the river is going to be effective. The evening caddisfly emergence is a great way to find action, but also try skittering an adult cranefly pattern this time of day.