The Lower Owens is back up to 500+ cfs and flowing hard. Needless to say the wild browns are still in there and the experienced fisherman can still extract brown trout from this river. Water temps are in the mid-fifties making the fish hungry and active. Any slower moving water or foam line will have fish. Caddis still come off in the evening making some dry fly fishing possible. Streamers fished deep in the column will also see action. Patterns that have been taking fish have not changed much and are: Ascending caddis pupa #14-16, Sparkle Pupa #14-16, T-Midge emergers #18-20, Tigers and Zebras (in dark greens and blacks) #16-20. For the evening hatch fish Elk Hair Caddis (olives and browns) #14-18, Adult Caddis (stallcup) #16, Para Caddis #14-16. During the day there is some action on midges in hoppers in certain areas. Nymphing the caddis and midges will get most fly fisherman into some nice fish.