Looks like the South Fork is on its way to reasonable fly-fishing conditions, but has a way to go. On May 1st flow from Palisades Dam was dropped to 13900 cfs (now 15400 cfs at Heise, 11200 cfs at Lorenzo) and remains there this day. The reservoir is currently about 47% of capacity and slowly filling. Warming weather and abundant remaining snow could speed up the filling rate. So for now stock up on well-weighted streamer, San Juan worm, and rubber leg patterns because better fly-fishing days on the river are soon to come.