The Gunpowder is at 72cfs, clear and 43 degrees F swinging up to 47 F.
Little black stoneflies size 16 have been coming off and the fish are looking for them during the warmer part of the day.
Plentiful midges and the very occasional mayfly has been reported by customers including some small sulphurs! I would imagine the warm winter we’ve had can bring the hatches forward, we saw a similar thing occur in spring 2017 after a warm winter. Don’t be without some unseasonable patterns on the river just in case.
With the water being so clear and many of the fish holding in shallow water, fishing a dry dropper has been effective as you can present a nymph well without getting close enough to spook them.