Well, the increased flows for the first 20 days of October went off without a hitch. Lots of big fish hit the net during the higher flows. Grey Reef is now sitting at 600cfs and conditions are primo! Clear water and far less vegetation than usual. Nymphs and streamers are definitely the name of the game. As far as streamers are concerned, it seems to be a floating and/or intermediate line kind of program. Smaller profile bugs(i.e. goldie, burgin bugger, crystal bugger, rusty trombone) have been working the best. Fish the good banks and fish across the good runs. Pretty simple. On the nymph front we have rolled into the late season fare. Leeches, reef worms, PALs, mayhem midges, scuds and/or RS2s. 3-6FT, 1-3BBs and 4X on the tippet. With the clear conditions definitely consider throwing fluorocarbon.