Big event on the upper river remains the evening brown drake emergence. You will find them almost anywhere on the river within the State Park, but some areas are better than others. The river at the end of Wood Road 16 is a prime location. It can get crowded near, but there is room to spread out, especially upstream. Flavs are coming on, too. On the lower river gray drakes remain in good supply, particularly below Chester Dam. Above the Dam they are there but decreasing. Flavs, PMDs and caddis are also present and afternoons are best for fishing their imitations. Look for PMD spinner falls in the morning. Anywhere on the river don’t overlook presenting beetle and ant patterns especially near shorelines. As our mayfly and stonefly hatches decrease terrestrial insects will become increasingly important food items for trout.