The flow has been stable at 12,700 cfs and we should see stable flows now through the balance of the summer. The big stones have pretty much finished but you may still move some fish on the bigger size 4 imitations as the fish will still remember them for a week or so after the hatch. There will still be good hatches of yellow sallies and pale morning duns through out the coming weeks so if our report seems torepeat itself its because we are going to have steady hatches all summer due to good flows and cold water.
The log that claimed several boats at the Fall Creek Falls has been removed. Until it was cut out it was one of the trickiest obstacles we had seen in a few years.
The flow from Heise downstream has dropped to 5,400 cfs and the fishing has improved from last week. We should start to see the summer golden stones appear down there in the newly formed riffles, brush piles, and channels. Look also for good hatches of PMD’s. A big Super-X Renegade, Sculpzilla or Clouser will work if you are looking for a bigger fish or if nothing is going on top. This section of river has a lot of obstacles and tight channels so please be careful.