Had a few boats out on the river yesterday and we’re starting to see some caddis dries, (not many – 20?) and no fish up eating them yet, but at least it’s a start! Looks like 70 degree days through Wednesday, so that might help the “pop.” We’ve had enough lower elevation snow melt already that clarity should hold in there, give us a call for an update. Just checked water clarity this morning (4/22) and it was 2-3 feet at Pine Creek and in town, with a tint of green. Water temps have been ranging between 50-55 degrees. If you are looking to hit the hatch and catch fish on caddis dries, from 3:00 till dark will be best. (Get some yard work done in the morning and reward yourself with a little dry fly action on the river in the afternoon)!