Conditions were marginal today, but getting on the river before the front hit the area was the right thing to do. Right away, the trout were in a frenzy as they appeared to strike at anything that may have even seemed slightly edible. I was fishing with BWOs, pheasant tails, caddis, and baetis patterns, and all worked just fine. We arrived around 9:30am, while it was still 60 degrees, and fished well into the temperature drop to 30. While most of the activity did drop off as the snowfall thickened, we still got a few nice browns to the net before we determined that a cold beer and a plate of Texas brisket was becoming a bit more interesting than standing in the middle of an ice cold river. Overall, we both had a great time and look forward to the summer months of fly fishing!