With flows out of Palisades Dam stable at around 8600 cfs for several days fishing has been holding up. Hopper and chernobyl types slammed close to banks are a great way to go. Evening caddis swarms make for good fishing. PMD numbers are decreasing as is natural this time of year, so fishing riffles is slower. But as we move through September look for BWO emergences to become more numerous especially during overcast days. Mahogany duns will soon make an appearance. Streamers will become more important, and as we move through October terrestrial and chernobyl patterns less important. So it is time to get ready for upcoming changes.