The Reef is at 1,250 CFS as of this morning, the Mile is still holding at 1,500 CFS. From the sounds of it the flows might be here to stay, which opens up much more water to fish. Our boats had a good day yesterday with fishing really picking up in the afternoon, they were catching fish with Leeches, Reef Worms, bead head CDC Pheasant tails, Gray and black RS2’s , and some Barr’s emergers. We’re starting to see some baetis hatching and the fish are definitely keying in on them. We’ve got some wind to look forward to the next few days and then maybe some storms on Wednesday, but the fishing should still remain good!