The East is running at about 305 cfs today and it's been right around that for a few days now. The fishing has been pretty good down there with lots of fish being caught in the 14 to 22 inch range.
The most successful method has been nymphing lately, but we have had a few really good reports on streamers, dries and dry/droppers as well. There are many patterns that have been working down there including buckskin caddis, fox's poopah, lafontaines caddis, 3-wire caddis, rainbow warriors, wd-40's, flashback emergers, silver streaks, disco midges, tailwater tinies, dead drift crawfish, zuddlers, double bunnies, chubby chernobyl, madam x and rubberleg stimulators. The Rosachi section in Nevada has also had some good action with chubby chernobyls, dead drift crayfish and stoneflies.
Lure anglers and bait anglers are doing the best. Fly anglers will need to fish wet as the water temps......