The good news is there is dry fly activity with lots of fish rising from 830-Noon. There are little midges on the surface.
The bad news is this is mostly on the slower pool sections so there are other fisherman.
When I arrived at the diversion there were 2 other cars and two other fisherman. Though there were tons of fish rising no one was hooking up.
I started testing the parasol flies I tied. No love. And half the time they floated tilted with the fly/hook stuck in the film. I might need more weight on the fly to make sure just the parachute portion is above water.
I had a few good drifts over fish. They would a tiny #24 midge pupa and the tiny Phil Bare style dry of just hackle on a hook.
The tiny flies meant I pulled the hook out if their mouths often.
There was also just enough of a breeze to make casting tiny flies on 6x a pain.
I fished streamers in the early morning with no hits. Water level is very low on the Weber.
I was only able to fish from 9-11. But it would have been a nice day to stick around longer.