The first day of November has been a windy one here in the Kittitas Valley. The Yak is in great shape and has been fishing well, although with a few cold mornings earlier this week, the dry fly fishing has been slowing down. Although the topwater bite has slowed down some, the nymphing and streamer fishing has been solid. Nymphers have been doing well with a #8 orange Pat's trailed by a some sort of BWO beadhead in #16-18. Copper Johns, Split-Backs, PTs and WD-40s have all been good droppers as of late. Streamer anglers are finding more to get excited about now that the weather has cooled off and the big fish are looking for meat. White, black and olive have all been producing in different sections on certain days, the only way to figure out what the flavor of the day is to keep switching it up until you find fish! It looks like we have some cold and wet weather on the way for the weekend, so if you can make it out tomorrow or Friday the weather and fishing should be good!