So, the golden stones have tapered off at the Mile(1,200cfs). The fishing has still been good but the dry/dropper rig is getting less attention than previous weeks-not to say you still can’t get a few to eat. As far as Grey Reef(1,500cfs,56F) is concerned, earlier seems to be better. Tricos and midges are the dominant hatches in the morning and we are starting to see some consistent pods of fish on the spinners. Overcast and calm makes for the most productive dry fly mornings. If the afternoons are buggy with caddis we have been doing very well on various soft hackles.