Yes, there’s a lot of water in all area rivers. Despite that issue, there are still fish to be caught. The Stillwater is alternating dailybetween dirty and just off color. Above the Rosebud convergence, the clarity is much better. Wade fishing is tough due to high flows, but fish are being caught on nymphs. Pheasant Tails and Prince Nymphs are producing. There are reports of some March Browns coming off, but pretty sporadically. Rock Creek is about the in the same condition. High and fast, but fair nymphing. The Big Horn at Ft. Smith is rippin’ along, but the fishing is good. It’s all about long leaders and plenty of lead. Be sure to get your fly on the bottom, whatever that takes. Orange scuds and red midge larvae are the big winners.