Flow out of Palisades Dam (around 9000 cfs) has been steady for several days. This is about 1500 cfs above normal, but with maximum water temps in the upper fifties in degrees F., small PMDs and pink alberts are emerging from riffles making for the daytime dry fly fishing for which the South Fork is famed. Having terrestrial insects in full abundance doesn’t hurt dry fly fishing either. During the evening, caddisflies take over as the active insect, and streamers at twilight bring on the big guys. So whether you fish from a boat or walk-in wade, these are the days to be on the river.