The flows have dropped to 19,600 cfs and will continue to drop each day another 800 to 1000 cfs a day.
It was a quiet week on the South Fork as anglers choose to fish other waters and wait for the river to drop some more. We did get a couple of good reports however from folks that had good success on yellow sallies and pale morning duns. They reported seeing good numbers of the small stones and mayflies and the fish had moved into the calmer water at the tips of the islands and very close to the bank to feed. Some reported even seeing fish clear up in the grass of the submerged islands.