The East Walker remains at a very reasonable flow of 290cfs for the summer months. Fish are active and the good fishing the East Walk has to offer remains constant. As usual you can find most of the anglers in the “Miracle Mile” section just below the dam throughout the day. One can go on down farther off the rat trails to find some world class fishing. A few bug species continue to be seen throughout the day; PMD’s, Midges, Caddis and a few Tricos can be seen when one spends the day on the Walker. Thick dry fly action can be had in the late evening when almost all of the “miracle mile” crowds leave. Midge emergers #18-20 will pick up fish of all sizes! We have been continuing to use grays, browns and blacks with success. T-midges #18-20 and various sno-cone Midges and Zebra and Tiger Midges will also get eaten. WD-40′s and various small PT and Trico nymphs are also getting consumed by East Walker residents. Fish these all in #’s 18-22. Arriving in the early morning hours this time of year can be a great idea for the more serious angler. Always a pleasure to guide this water.