Flow out of Palisades Dam has been very stable for a week or so at a bit over 8000 cfs. The result has been excellent fishing up and down the river. Mahogany duns and BWOs are in full swing on riffles, chernobyl, beetle, ant, and hopper patterns work well when pitched toward vegetated banks, evening caddis hatches bring action, and streamers produce early and late in the day. Walk-in locations abound, and boating conditions are good. Crowds are down, and cool nights are nipping off insect pests. What more could you ask for when fishing the South Fork? For many anglers this is the best time of year on this great river.