Fishing has been awesome the past 3 days. Fish have been feeding on emerging midges in the morning, adults’ mid-day to dark, and nymphs all day long. We have hit the Paper Mill flats the past 3 mornings; the dry fly action has been steady but not on fire. We’ve had a lot of success the past 2 morning dropping a small zebra midge off our dries. The fish have been very particular to the stage of the fly, not so much the color or size. If they are taking emergers it's very hard to get them to eat a true "dry fly".
Here are a few photos from the river:
Hot Flies: Pop Midges, Zebra Midges, and Gnats.