The East is running at about 126 cfs right now. We’ve had lots of good reports from the EW this past week, not necessarily from every angler we’ve talked to, but from lots of them. There has been some good dry fly reports as well as lots of good nymph reports. The streamer action still doesn’t seem to be that great but nymphing and dry fly fishing have been good. Most of the dry fly action seems to be after about 5:00 or so in the evening while the nymphing is best in the morning until around 11 and then again after about 4 in the afternoon. The 11:00 to 4:00 (approximately) time frame is pretty warm and it’s best to fish outside of that time frame. The caddis are still very active and caddis nymphs and dries have been doing very well. Patterns to try: Rainbow warrior, silver streak, san juan worm, squirmy wormy, micro mayflies, top secret midge, darth baetis, buckskin caddis, LaFontaines deep sparkle pupa, z-wing caddis, Fox’s poopah, elk hair caddis, E/C caddis, parachute adams, sculpzilla, zuddler, moal leech, JJ special, dead drift crayfish.
Here's the Winchester Family with 7lb, BFEF tagged Reginald the Rainbow from Virginia Lakes! ......