The flush peak is over, and flow out of Palisades Dam is being stepped downward. Currently it is 15000 cfs and likely to drop further. Not only is the present a good time to present streamer patterns, but also for presenting such as wooly buggers and (heaven forbid!) San Juan and Suede Juan worms. For a time fish will look for annelids flushed out because of the recent higher water. Rubber legs patterns will be increasingly effective as we move through June, and as Parker suggested BWO, sally, and green drake adults may soon show up in enough numbers to attract fish in more sheltered waters such as channels and flats.