The stormy day we had on Sunday produced a BWO emergence in the canyon and below. So it looks like the BWO and Mahogany dun activity is getting a start. Riffle fishing seems to be slowing, but with these events it can pick up. Currently presenting soft hackled patterns in the riffles may bring a better chance for action.
The flow out of Palisades Dam has been consistent (about 9500 cfs) for several days, Consider, however that the thermal effect of water coming out of the dam during draw-down times, like now, diminishes by the time flow reaches Heise. This means the river can be cooler in its lower portion which can impact the density of aquatic insect hatches.