Our guides are seeing improving fishing with less weed/algae drift lately.
Water levels came up in the 300 cfs range.
There are good hatches of BWO, PMD and Mahogany Dun mayflies now, and as we move into September and October those will be even better.
Nymphing with Euro techniques has been best for our guides. With the weed drift, fishing one fly is definitely preferred in many cases.
Don’t forget about hoppers and ants over there. Plus, a hopper makes a great strike indicator for a Hopper/Dropper with a nymph trailer. Micro May, Zebra and Skinny Nelson’s are hot nymphs.