Flows were decreased to 4,000cfs on the 26th of October. The streamer fishing is really beginning to pick up on the river. Still have some good Blue Wing Olive hatches going on but Midges have begun to take over for the predominant dry fly on the surface. Nymphing is always producing fish and in good numbers. Try fishing a Zebra Midge and a Bead Head Pheasant tail with a split shot 3 feet above the two flies. Its beginning to become that time of year when streamers and nymphing is the best techniques for getting fish. With flows dropping this low lots of wading access is available and feel free to leave your boat at home.