The rivers are settling down and the mayfly hatches, small for the most part, are happening. This gets the trout moving to the surface and the fun starts. All the rivers still have high water which is great for this time but does make wading more difficult. The Sturgeon is best fished hole to hole. Work a hole then get out of the river and walk the bank to the next hole. The Sturgeon is fast and strong making wading an endurance issue. The Pigeon and Maple are easier to wade but still have strong current as the water is high. The tannin in both is still dark, so the sunny days make it easier for both trout and man to see what is happening in the river. Enjoy the next few days as the fishing should just get better and better. Stay with the mayfly flies and fish mid to late afternoon, nights for the big browns.