The Golden stones are out on both the warm to ashtone stretch and below the ashton dam so use a goldenstone foam body in about a size 6 and drop off some smaller beadheads like size 12 or 14 use princes pheasent tails with flash or hares ears or caddis larva or copper johns i talked to a guy the other day who caught about five fish on a copper john in about a 16. We have also had sightings of pmds and caddis on the top as well.
It seems the really hot fishing below the Ashton dam is off a week or two. I fished using a caddis and had a couple fish strike and landed a small brown, but my hope was getting into consistent rising, which was not happening. Looking forward to the big mayfly hatches that usually start up in mid June. Even if the fishing is slow there is nothing better than being on the river. Good luck!
The salmon flies are just finishing up in the box so use a salmon fly as an indicator and drop off either a stonefly nymph or a small copper john or other small bead head.
This section is fishing good people are getting nice fish on this section use a golden stone with a copper john dropper or some other small bead head. If the weather is cloudy try streamers on the bank.
This section is fishing pretty well Early morning use streamers on the banks and nymphs like a salmon fly or golden stone nymph and drop off a copper john or a pheasent tail or prince nymph
There are still reports of a lot of big bugs on the Warm River to Ashton section of the Fork, but the fishing has slowed to a stand still. The fish must be stuffed to the gills. The hatch is moving up river making the slide below Lower Mesa to Warm River a good bet. Hatchery Ford and higher would be good spots to hit to take advantage of one of the most exciting hatches of the year.