We took advantage of some great weather and had a great spring like day fishing. If you can get out between 10-4 most days on our local streams you'll find some success. It's been a very mild winter so look for those days where it warms up in the mid 30's to low 40's and expect to be rewarded.
Logan River: It's been decent streamer fishing and if you fish hard enough you'll usually be rewarded when casting streamers. This time of year we recommend smaller streamers, even just your old stand by wooly bugger. But sculpin patterns are always great on the Logan. Midge fishing has been good in those afternoon hours on warmer days. Try Griffiths Gnats and Mating Midges. WD'40's in olive and black will do well also. Go small and natural colors.
Black Smith Fork: We havent hit this since early January, but it would be wise to keep those midge boxes in your pack up the canyon. Zebra midges and Copper Johns (size 16 or smaller) are always great winter flies on the river. Dont be afraid to tie on a size 10 stone pattern either.
Narrows: Fishing really well, the flows came back up and the fishing has been good. Euro nymphs with hot spots work well in deeper runs. Lots of fish were eating BWO nymphs and midges from the samples we found. Take WD-40's and biot nymphs in olive colors and you wont be disappointed.