The Lower Owens River continues to flow at a healthy 200+-cfs. Water is clear, and temperatures are conducive to feeding Trout. At these flows fish are spread out and eager to eat and not stacked up on top of each other as much like during low winter flows. This makes them less spooky allowing you to catch more out of any given run Most of the time. Some small PMDs have begun hatch early – mid morning inducing most Trout in their area to come up and partake the floating protein snacks above. Small PMD and Baetis emerger designs fished with a caddis or Midge will take many fish under the water. These flies range in sizes #16 – 20. Guided trips here have been excellent for clients and Guide alike with good sized fish to the net, and some of the most beautiful fish and scenry we have ever seen.