Late July has brought some hot weather but along with it, came some productive fishing. The Snake has been holding steady around 3600 cfs at Moose, which has provided good fishing conditions. In the cool of the morning fishing Chernobyls or other foam flies with a nymph or smaller dry behind it can be a good idea, with fish hitting either fly. Parachute Adams and PMD specific patterns can produce fish in the riffles throughout the day. With the warm temperatures we have been seeing recently, the grasshoppers are out and about. If you like to streamer fish, olive sculpin patterns have been provoking some of the bigger fish to eat with consistency in deeper pools with cut banks, log jams, and other structure. Snake River tributaries continue to drop, but they can still fish well with similar patterns to the Snake in smaller sizes. In the afternoon parachute hoppers and foam seem to get the attention of fish, and attractor patterns like parachute adams are a standby as always. The fishing is good, get out and enjoy the summer conditions while you can!