This is the time of year when cloudy and stormy days will begin producing BWO hatches up & down the river. The flow out of Palisades Dam dropped 800 cfs last Thursday evening. This means riffles will get more light which along with good water temperature will promote insect activity there. With a good chance of cloudy weather for Labor Day weekend, be ready for BWOs emerging from riffles, especially if we have rainy weather. So make sure BWO life cycle patterns are in your fly box. Meanwhile chernobyl and hopper patterns pitched back towards banks and the same done with streamers during evenings will bring action.