The East is hanging in there still. It's running at 79 cfs today. It's starting to get a little warmer than we'd like but the fish still seem to be healthy and not too stressed out. Mornings and late evenings are the best time to fish, during the heat of the day, from about 11am to 5 pm it's best to let the fish have a rest. There's been some good trico hatches in the mornings so there's been some good dry fly action during that time, also some good dry action late in the evening with caddis, if there are no fish coming to the surface during these times it's best to go with small midges and caddis nymphs on the bottom. The Nevada side of the river is also fishing well and there seems to be a lot of fish hanging out on both the Sceirine and the Rosachi sections. Patterns to try include trico, drowned trico, elk hair caddis, e/c caddis, parachute adams, fox's poopah, midgeling, buckskin caddis, 3-wire caddis, zebra midge, san juan worm, mercury midge, silver streak and rainbow warrior.