Flows were still really low to start the day, which meant trout were stacked up in those deep pools and buckets. With everything so low, we went with hopper dropper setups and it really paid off. Small stoneflies on the dropper, ran deep through those pools, helped get some attention. We got most of our morning eats on baetis emergers like the mercury baetis and the mercury pheasant tail. Once the weather warmed up a bit, around 11a, we started to see some surface action and got a few exciting eats on smaller hoppers and Chubby Chernobyls. A heavy storm came through in the afternoon and that, matched with a significant bump in flows, had us switching over to a nymph rig once the storm passed. Tan San Juan worms crushed the rest of the day for day.