What an epic day on the Dream Stream! You know it's going to be good when both your clients hook up with fish in the first 10 minutes of hitting the water. Even though flows came down a bit, trout are still able to spread out and were really keying in on big meals today. A tan San Juan worm was our superstar fly of the day, with some really aggressive takes. Trout were smashing that fly all over the run, including chasing it on the swing. Really look to target trout deep in the runs and pools early in the morning but don't ignore those shallow faster runs. I find a lot of success on this river in areas most people skip over; straight runs with featureless water that has 2-3 feet of depth. Especially in the afternoon with the prevalence of baetis out there. Trout will move into that faster water as baetis begin to hatch to take advantage of all the extra meals floating down. This was a rare day on the Dream where we didn't have much wind until late in the day and it didn't rain, so we actually got to throw some dry flies! While the smaller stuff will work (Antonio's Adult BWO, Parachute Adams, etc.) Don't be shy about throwing out some bigger flies. We had a few aggressive, big trout absolutely demolish a Stimulator. With all of that and streamers still getting some looks, this is a great time to be hitting the Dream Stream.