The Lower Owens River, as usual, continues to be the place to be for wild trout that will readily eat well placed nymphs, streamers, and dry flies consistency. Flows are low and clarity is great. Wading is easy and casual right now. In various parts of the river BWO dries are coming off and getting eaten in foam lines, riffles, pools, and seams during the warmer hours of the day. The skilled Nymph fisherman always has success here. Reading the water is crucial for success. Fish are highly selective in what they eat. Caddis and Midge Larvae, BWO Emergers and Nymphs. These are fished in sizes #16-20. Mayfly adults come off around noon or the warmest moments of the days. Fish various adult Baetis patterns when this happens; thorax BWO, natural BWO’s, para BWO’s ect. Fish these in #16-18 and sometimes #20. This hatch shoukd get better as this warm trend continues this February.