Got to fish Stoney Creek last Saturday from 8:30-10am. Probably the best 1 1/2 hrs of fishing I've ever had. Caught 11 in the range of 5-10", all bow's and 1 brownie (being the biggest). Using a dry-dropper setup with a Yellow Sally stimulator and nymph.
This report is now about a week old but i got to do some euro nymphing on beaverdam last week. I didnt get started until about 1:30 in the afternoon but I still found plenty of active fish. The water was 66F and perfectly stained from some rain the day before. I ended up landing 7 and losing a few more in about 90 minutes, mostly on a basic size 14 jig nymph I tie with some purple ice dub. The biggest brown was around 14” and most others were 10-12”. Lots of fun and unbeatable scenery!
Fishing was rather slow over all for our float from Blevins to Twin Bridges. Tried an array of patterns and only landed a few fish on #20 midges in purple and black. No luck on streamers. My buddy landed two rainbows on a Black/gold Rapala 90 stick minnow. We didn't boat enough fish to say decisively what was working but midges are always a good best on our tailwaters and that proved true again.