The waters of the Southeast are in great shape. Reports from the DNR are that pressure on the streams has been low and the water levels are normal for this time of year. Hatches of Caddis, Midges and Mayflies have come around and this cool overcast weather will only make the fish more active. Specifics on hatches were not available but your standard fare of Adams, attractors and hares ears will likely make you sucessful. Don’t forget about Tricos in the early AM and hoppers and beetles in the afternoon. Good Fishin.