The last two weeks of June produced some stellar fishing on the Andro, though some heavy rains the last week has caused the river to rise, which isnt terrible as long as the water is somewhat clear. I did a short float on the river Saturday am, flow was 4,500 cfs in Gorham, NH, up from 3,000 the weekend before. Water temp was 62 degrees. We found some fish, browns, brookies, and bows, all with streamers. There has been little dry fly activity on the river, with a few exceptions, mostly in the evening. The good news is this high water should keep the river from warming, and the river should fish good another couple of weeks, before we hit the dog days of summer (bass time!).