Thanks to Rocky Mountain Anglers and Guide Randy Hicks for this report:
“Al Ritt’s fighting craw was good out of boats with sink tips all day. Trail it with a damsel nymph. Hopper dropper was good with chironomids and damsel nymphs underneath. Fish were cruising close til about 10 am, then moved farther out. Beetle was best dry fly. Hoppers took a few, but only on the twitch warriors, blue poison tungs. River fished great.