The East Walker went up and then back down to a fishable level of 268cfs and continues to flow that way now. The fishing was a little slower from the weather fronts this weekend but we have still been seeing great fish out of the East Walker. The entire river seems to be fishing well with nice fish coming out of most areas. A small mayfly hatch comes off mid-morning and some of the East Walker Trout respond well this this hatch, as usual, the larger fish do not repsond much to these topwater bugs. For the big fish keep most of your flies under the water…#12-16 San Juan worms patterns, #18-20 T-Midges in olive and Pearl, #18 Flash Bang Midges in Cream, Biot Midges in #16-20 in grey and black, Caddis worms #16-20 and other similar patterns will work well. Split Case BWO emergers in #18-20 and Bubbleback emergers in #18-20 as well. For the BWO hatch on the surface when you see rising trout use #16-20 Thorax BWO’s and Extended Body BWO patterns. Streamers of your favorite choice fished correctly will also get some great action. Fish these is all sorts of angles and techniques to cover all bases.