We have been getting lots of good fishing reports from the South Fork. Fish are up eating Midge dry fly patterns. Nymphing is also producing a lot of fish. Streamer fishing is still producing fish but is more effective on cloudy days. Now that we are starting to get cold nights reaching down into the single digits. It is important to try and concentrate you fishing during the warmest part of the day. This is when you will find the midge hatches and the fish most active. With low winter flows short floats take the majority of the day.