The East has been fluctuating up and down a little bit this past week, but not enough to slow down the fishing at all. The temps are good and the flows have been in the 290 to 350cfs range for the most part. Caddis nymphs and small midges have been the best producers, but we have had a few good reports on streamers and dries. The dry action is typically taking place early in the morning with trico's or pmd's or in the evening with small caddis dries. The streamer action has been late in the evening with zuddlers or double bunnies or sometimes during the day with dead-drift crawfish. For caddis nymphs you can use buckskin caddis, fox's poopah, weirs caddis, swimming caddis and for midges you can go with any number of small midges including rainbow warriors, gt emergers, ice nymphs, silver streak, wd-40, disco midge, copper john and flashback emergers. We've also had some really good reports from the Rosachi section in Nevada, stonefly nymphs and dry/dropper rigs have been very successful as well as most of the patterns that have been good on the Cali side.
The Twins are still producing lots of decent fish on bait and trolling. Power bait and crawlers are good as......