Anyways, the warm weather made for some pretty decent fishing. The water is running pretty low on the creek right now, around 28 CFS. So the fish were pretty spooky, keeping a low profile and remaining stealth was the name of the game. Despite the sunshine I didn't see many rising fish, a few were sipping what looked like emerging midges in some of the slower pools. I opted to throw a single nymph rig using a size 20 black beauty and was able to pick of a few nice browns. It sure felt good to get out and throw the rod, but I can't wait for summer when the browns will be slamming hoppers and streamers, rather than selectively eating flies the size of a staple!