The flows on the South Fork have stayed steady around 900 CFS. You can expect the flows to stay this low all winter. With this unseasonably warm weather the blue wing olives have continued to hatch. The hatches are becoming less and less prevelent, but fish are up eating. This weekend is supposed to bring in a warm front with a chance of storms. If a storm does move in the fishing will be very good. The weather is supposed to be very mild, and overcast. This might be one of the last times to get out on the South Fork before Winter really sets in. Streamers will priduce fish on these cloudy days as well. Days with a bright sun and no clouds, nymphing will be your best option to get the fish to eat. Rememeber with low flows means that it takes longer to float the river. Short floats ranging from 4-5 miles will take the majority of the day.