Flow out of Palisades Dam is now at 7000 cfs, and it will go lower. Here’s why: about 2500 cfs is coming into the reservoir via the Snake River, and it is time to begin storing water for next year. For now, cloudy unsettled days will get you the best fishing on the South Fork. Mahogany duns, BWOs, and caddis, especially towards evening, will bring action to satisfy the dry fly fisher. If you prefer to present below the surface, big rubberlegs nymphs trailed by a smaller bead head nymph of your choice will bring action. But as we move further into autumn, streamer patterns will become more important, so get in touch with us to pick up some tips on where, when and how to present them.