Believe it or not, conditions here are rather challenging. The skies are bright and clear (at least for the time being) and it is light virtually 24 hours a day. The river is low for this time of the season, and what snow remains on the banks is melting rapidly. I spent the afternoon yesterday fishing in shirt sleeves, skating a Muddler Minnow on the surface, and caught several nice brown trout as well as a salmon or two. We're using 14-foot, 9-weight Spey rods, and when we aren't fishing dry flies, we're primarily swinging brightly colored tube flies and large, classic salmon patterns with sinking tip lines.