Fishing is holding up very up & down the river. Near constant inflow from the reservoir and good water temps are the reasons. A good general strategy is to begin early in the day with mutant golden stone patterns, then with the advancing morning switch to a double nymph rig under an indicator. The top fly should be a rubber leg pattern and the bottom a small bead head nymph of choice. As the afternoon hours proceed, concentrate efforts in riffles with PMD and pink albert emerger and dun patterns. As evening rolls around, switch to caddis life cycle patterns. As evening advances, consider presenting streamer patterns around overhead cover and around areas out of direct sunlight.