On the upper river flavs have begun showing, but green drakes and PMDs are still bringing much action in the Harriman-Last Chance area. It appears that these mayflies are hatching in numbers as good as any in recent years, and fishing is great because of it. So get up there, and enjoy! Here’s a thought: be sure to have a few of your favorite dry golden stone patterns in that fly box. Those older fish know what they are, and will take them. You may get fewer fish than those folks presenting mayfly life cycle patterns, but the fish responding to that golden stone pattern will average bigger sizes. On the lower river gray drakes and PMDs remain numerous and provide good fishing, but look for water to begin warming because of our hot weather.