The flows on the East are down to 76 cfs right now, the river is still fishing pretty well. There's lots of nymphing going on, haven't heard much about streamers and the dry fly action is a little hit and miss depending on the weather and how the fish are feeling. It's fairly likely that the dry action will pick up with the lower flows. Small midge patterns and caddis nymphs near the bottom has been the mainstay on the river this past week. Patterns to try include: Fox's poopah, LaFontaines deep sparkle pupa, 3 wire caddis, buckskin caddis, bead head caddis, zebra midge, flashback emerger, mercury midge, wd-40, san juan worm, top secret midge, micro mayfly and mercers midgeling. The Nevada side of the EW has been fishing ok as well, but not quite as good as the Sceirine or the Cali side.
The fishing has also picked up accordingly. Lure anglers are using panther martins and mepps spinners, bait anglers are using......