CFS: 3800 The lower Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River is still high and off color leaving the canyon due increased turbidity in Crandall, Sunlight and Dead Indian Creek. Wading will be difficult but the river is now fishable along the edges. Some dry fly action on the warmer days with small BWO’s and Midges hatching. Nymphs: bead head Prince, pheasant tails, gold-ribbed hare’s ears, Pat’s stones, Spanish bullets in black, pearl or purple and North Fork Specials size 10 and smaller. Streamers, or going deep with weighted nymphs recommended.