The Crooked River continues to fish well. Caddis and PMDs have made for some fun dry fly opportunities while nymphing has been productive during non hatch times. Hot nymphs have been scuds, zebra midges, tailwater tinies, two-bits and leeches. Swinging around streamers is always fun on the crooked and white and olive have been productive colors. Dry-dropper setups are also fun and effective and hoppers, beetles, and chubbies all work to imitate terrestrials that may end up in the water.