Since Wednesday flow out of Palisades Dam has been decreased from 18400 to 15400 cfs. The reservoir above remains at 97% of capacity and normal late June flow is around 13400 cfs out of the dam. So it’s going in the right direction to begin aquatic insect hatches. Look for the big stoneflies to begin hatching sometime next week. Right now yellow sallies are showing up with hatches peeking at mid-day, but best fishing for now remains presenting big rubberlegs, San Juan worms and streamers deep from drop-offs.