Flows have been increased dramatically since last week. As of Monday flows were 11880 cfs with possible increases yet this week. Yellowtail Reservoir is filling up rapidly. Water clarity still remains 6-8 feet before Soap Creek dumps in. Water temp has jumped  to 52 degrees as more water is being released over the spillway. With these increased flows it has brought to an end any significant dry fly fishing. Streamer fishing has been exceptionally good as small emerald shiners are being washed over the spillway. Best streamer patterns have been White/Pearl Zonkers, Sherick’s Hatchery Smolt, and Foxy Fry (all in size 6).  Nymph fishing has been very good as well as crustaceans are being dislodged with the higher flows.  Either Orange Bighorn Scuds or Tan or Pink Soft Hackled Ray Charles sizes 14-16 trailed behind an Orange or Red Wire Worm sizes 4-6 have been the best bet.