Nymphs and streamers are best bet this time of year. Water temps are getting chilly so bugs are pretty sparse making any dry fly action minimal at best. With low flows the entire river is wade-able. Work runs and tailouts and fish streamers slowly and deliberately with jerk and strip action. The river is also prime right now for swinging streamers with two-handed rods.
Flows are scheduled to remain at 4000cfs which is low and makes the river very fishable for it's entire length. Expect clearing conditions through the middle of the week with daytime temps in the 20's. Later in the week a low pressure will build over the area bringing a chance of rain/snow and warmer daytime temps in the middle 30's making for great conditions. Streamer action has been pretty good!
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