Yellow Sallies! The Lower Owens River is up an at a very healthy flow of 311 cfs of cool, and clear running Sierra water. Fish are super active and the larger fish have finally become less weary due to the volume of the river and are showing themselves to the experienced fly angler. A mayfly hatch still comes off around noon with good response from the wild fish of the river. It does seem to be more spotty and less predictable at the moment. But, that makes it all the better when happened upon. Nymphing has been very productive in many more parts of the river we would not of been fishing until this new level of river hit us. Yellow Sallies are out and a few Squallas have been seen around the rive. For the last week the majority of our guiding has been with large Stimulators and Baetis patterns. Dry Fly Fishing all day long!! For the Nymph setup use the same things suggested in previous reports but mix it up with some Yellow Sallie and Stone Fly type nymphs.