Flow out of Palisades Dam has been constant at 11100 cfs for several days. Pink alberts are making a strong showing in riffles. Fishing success there requires changing flies frequently as the fish are ” closed lipped” about which life cycle form they are keying on at a given time. Best terrestrial insect pattern fishing seems to be on the lower river. Look for “midnight golden stones” to emerge in numbers important for trout attention only after flow out of the dam is reduced enough to expose a lot more substrate.