The River is flowing at 2,600 CFS and very very clear. Between the low flow and clarity you are able to see structure that is not visable during the summer . It helps explain why the fish hold in some spots and not others. Quite a learning experience to just float and study the river bottom and structure. But,,,the fishing. The bigger trout are taking BWOs and Midges in the back eddys. A good call is to trail a griffis nat behind that skwala. Several small dark perdigons bounced off the bottom will get you a twenty fish day right now . We have four or five weeks before that snow pack decides to melt out as runoff.