I just got back from Idaho, but I really wanted to stay a while longer. I fished 4 days on the north fork of the CDA, and it was fantastic. Not only was the water in great shape, no waders were the norm, just shorts and sandals and 90 degree days. I nymphed with prince nymphs, golden stones and pheasant tails and caught a lot of nice cutties in the 10-16 inch range. I also caught a lot of fish on BWO patterns, small hoppers, and green drakes. 5-8 fish per hour, any time of day, with the biggest fish in the 16-20 inch range. I had to share the water with local floaters cooling off, which made for some nice ( and not so nice) eye candy, and Tuesday I had the distinct pleasure of hanging with a cow moose for about 45 minutes. She was about 50 yards upstream from me, just cooling off. Lots of people portaged their rafts around her, but she was basically undisturbed by their activity. I was in the river, and she walked the bank behind me and then crossed back on the down river side. It's hard to watch your drift with a moose behind you, and, needless to say, I missed a few nice strikes. I was on the north fork all the way from I 90 up to the 17 mile mark, and there is plenty of access on both sides of the river. I'll post some pics when my I Phone decides that it likes this new computer. All in all, a great time!