When we left this morning, we intended to fish Gypsum, but on our way out there, heard through the grapevine that the Eagle below Milk Creek was blown out from recent storms. Snow was falling on 70 and it looked like we were in for a long, cold day with low expectations. We ended up calling an audible at the line of scrimmage on 4th and 10 and walked right in for an easy score. Plain and simple, the Eagle is on fire right now. With low flows, it is a bit tougher for fish to spread out and hide. If you can find one, typically you will find a handful. Be ready to tinker with your weight and depth accordingly as you move through the pocket water picking off fish. Faster runs with deeper structure will require more weight to get down into the zone quicker. If it looks fishy, the fish are in there. Huevos and midges were the meal of choice with the egg taking well over half of our fish. We even got a few nice fish to chase down a streamer! Try a Thin-Mint or some type of small wooly bugger looking fly behind big boulders and you'll likely get surprised once or twice. Our three fly nymph rig consisted of an egg to a Mercury Blood Midge (#18) to a Chocolate Thunder (#20) and did not change the entire day. Very epic day with a great angler who made the trout pay out there!