Flow in the lower river has been mostly stable for many days. Normally this would mean great fishing, but that cotton pickin’ wind messes things up except for very early mornings and just before dark. We think the result is that caddis, BWOs, midges, and March browns emerging there end up in Yellowstone Park where the season is closed. Nevertheless, early and late in the day when the wind slows should be a great time to pitch streamers. Concentrate your casts on the shaded banks or near overhead cover.