Those anglers who were able to get out on the Yakima this past weekend saw some great fishing, with good numbers of fish hitting the net, as well as some solid specimens size-wise. Nymphing was far and away the most productive technique, with a combination of smaller droppers like lightning bugs and PTs, as well as Pat's on either coffee/black or tan/brown. The dry-fly fishing was not incredibly productive, due in large part to heavy wind and lots of isolated storm cells moving through valley. It loks like we will see a big warm-up by this coming weekend, so look for the caddis and stonefly fishing to really crank up with the warmer weather. Although the river bumped slightly over the weekend due to rain, it still fished well and should continue to do so through the rest of the summer season. We are looking forward to an awesome couple of months in central Washington!