The rivers have been on a long drop the last 10 days. The Coeur d'Alene is sitting at 1200 with a bit of a 500 cfs spike from our stint of rain on the 17th. Fishing can get a bit tricky when it comes to tossing small dries in the rain. we have seen a healthy hatch of mayflies in the large grey drake and smaller Blue Winged Olives. No matter the weather we have seen sipping fish in the majority of good water. Nymphing a sz 16-18 Brassie and or pheasant tail under a sz 8 stone fly nymph has produced very well in waters where fish are stacked up and feeding on top. Little Yellow sallies were here and there and got some attention as well on the surface. Be sure you bring your floatant and desiccant for super wet days.