Howdy boys. I just now got the chance to post up on Clearfok trip last Friday. Bottom line: it was a heck of a lot better than working, but nothing to write home about. Fished the park from about 7:30 til noon. Two guys were fishing the big, deep holes I really wanted to, so I drove back up to fish from the covered bridge upstream. Both smallies came from the bridge area. One on an olive Feather Body Soft Hackle (Peter Frailey's design) and the second, bigger one on a BH prince sz. 14. Both hookups were dead drifted underneath an EHC. I had a couple looks and one hit on the caddis, but no hook ups. The only notable insect activity were little white mayflies. VERY small Light Cahills would have done the job, but I didn't have anything smaller than a 14. 18 would've been perfect. I saw a few. Nothing crazy. I also landed several sunfish on either the prince nnymph or red humpy (which was the most productive fly of the day). I was stumped and extremely frustrated by the HUGE active carp in the river. I tried almost every nymph variation I could find. I tried clousers, buggers, streamers....not sure what they were eating, but they were eating it all day long. I'm assuming it was nymphs b/c they were all hunkered down to the stream bed and I could see them looking up stream flashing like the Vegas Strip. The only nymphs I saw were teeny, teeny (equal to a size 18-20) caddis nymphs. Light greenish in color. I did not see one adult caddis all day long. Fished around Gatton Rocks nursery from noon til 2:30. First time fishing this stretch and I am in LOVE! This really reminds me of a lot of the rivers back home in the rockies. Beautiful scenery. Simply beautiful. I landed one brown on a BHPTN (size 14) one hooked and lost while swinging a deerfield special (sz 12). Caught more nasty little creek chubs than I care to admit. Saw two guys fishing the access hole when I was leaving. One giving what looked like a high-sticking lesson to the other (anyone here???). I took a few pics that I will attach later, but my camera just got too cumbersome to carry with me. If you're thinking of getting up to the Fork...do it. Clear water; not too low. Very nice. Crowds got thick in both places as the day went on.