Yesterday was the ideal winter day. Temperatures in the low to mid 30s and zero wind. Brad and I managed to make it out and get in three or four solid hours of fishing on Grey Reef. Brad nymphed and I swung a streamer (goldie)…and we actually doubled on our first casts of the day. Needless to say, it was one of those days. Not even sure how many fish were landed but it was steady all afternoon. The streamer grabs were super aggressive and the fish fought tough! Around 2pm midges started coming off like crazy and Brad went to hammering them on a foam-wing RS2. Other nymphs on the menu included: pine squirrel leech, san juan worm and scuds.