Cooling weather is proving to be just what we need. BWOs, caddisflies and some mahogany duns are providing action on the lower river with evening streamer fishing picking up. Look for streamer fishing to improve as we advance into fall. On the upper river, terrestrial insects still provide action, with a hopper trailed by a cinnamon ant (#14) being a great way to encounter big trout. Tricos, tiny BWOs (pseudos), and a few mahogany duns make up the mayfly component this time of year. Small bead head nymphs continue to provide good fishing in the Box Canyon.