Local rivers have benefitted greatly from our late spring rains. The slightly elevated water levels have the fish happy and feeding well. Even in high water, as long as there is some clarity. Fish are feeding well on nymphs but are starting to eat dries as well. The Delayed Harvest rivers are now under hatchery supported regulations now. As a result they have been beat up pretty bad and aren't really worth fishing. We have moved on to smaller rivers and creeks, staying with the colder water. The fishing in those rivers presents a different challenge but are certaintly worth the effort. Hopefully the rain will continue to keep water levels elevated and our fishing good.