The Upper Fremont.
Conditions remain good, with the warmer weather the Stream has remained ice free, look for overcast days to provide the best midge hatches, we have done well using both drys and nymphs.
are favorites this week have been, Tennessee Renegade in sz 16, Griffith gnat sz 18 midge emerger Black sz 18. we also use black hares ear, sz. 16, prince nymph sz 14, and the universal chironomid sz 16. from Flyfishfood.com.
The warm weather has really softened the edges of the reservoir, i was still able to get on the ice at the boat ramp and drilled 3 holes at 10 20 and 50 feet out, ice was anywhere from 10 to 14 inches. day time temperatures have been as warm as 55 deg up there, use caution if venturing out.
i have been fishing the inlets with black buggers and have been catching a few.