The lower flows and dropping water temperatures have improved the fishing from what we experienced last weekend. The riffles have started to fish much better with better hatches of mahogany duns and blue wing olives. We had good success fishing the riffles even when there was no hatch with a two dry fly combo like #14 and #16 adams parachute trailed by a smaller blue wing or mahogany dry.
The flow is now down to 6710 cfs and with each drop the river becomes more accessible for wading. As we get more information on Fall water levels we’ll pass it along.