We got to the river early and fishing was a bit slow to start the day. However things soon changed, around 10am there was a prolific midge hatch which brought a lot of the fish to the surface to sip dries. A double dry rig with a size 18 parachute Adams and a size 20 grey mole fly kept out lines tight for the next couple hours. Hatch activity seemed to die off around noon which is when we switched to a dry dropper rig. A foam beetle with a pheasant tail dropper got several fish, we even got a few larger rainbows to eat the terrestrial on the surface. All in all a good day on the Williams Fork. Keys to success for the day were a long 5x or 6x leader and moving very slowly in an effort not to spook fish in such low water conditions.