The sunny conditions have pushed hatches to later in the evening. PMD’s (lt. hendricksons #14), Sulfur’s #16 and para Sulfurs in the same size. March Browns #14 and tan sparkle duns in #16 also have taken fish. The Rush has finally come back on line and has provided some great dry fly action in the evenings. If the weather continues on the hot side, morning and evenings will have the most active fishing. Blue Wings have also been spotted on the overcast days. If the fish are not taking your adult offerings go to emergers of the bugs hatching and fish them just below the surface. Soft hackles have been working well for this application. One of our friends has lost the tip to a Winston fly rod on the west side of the Rush river, down stream from the 570th bridge. If anyone finds it please let us know, it might just be worth something.