Best news here is that the recent cool, wet weather has brought the lower river back to life. Mahogany duns, BWOs, and midges are making for great dry fly fishing. Early and late in the day streamers are attracting large trout around overhead cover. On the upper river flow out of Island Park Dam is around 300 cfs as water storage kicks in. Try two-nymph rigs during daytime. When clouds prevail try high-sticking big stonefly nymphs. Switch to streamers as daylight fades.