The Lower Owens fly fishing has been outstanding! Good numbers of fish as well as some large specimens have been coming out of the Lower O’s nutrient rich system. Some dry fly action is seen mid-day but can be short lived. Baetis, a small Mayfly can be seen hovering around the river and over the water around this time of the day. The nymphing turns out to be very good! The same patterns I have been going on about are still working very well. The green caddis worms also have their good days this time of the season.  Flows are down to around 100-125cfs  and wading is straightforward in the standard areas.