The Norfork was clear and low. We actually didn't rent boats from Gene's because we couldn't get down river without wading. We rented from Norfork resort and fished up and down the White by the confluence of the Norfork.
The Caddis hatch was incredible. I bet it lasted from 11 to 5. They are light collared with a bright green butt. I wish I tied fly's because I really didn't have that for top water. However, I had killer luck with a gold ribbed flashback hairsear followed by a "Disco" green zebra midge.
The surprise was fishing a #10 tunghead rubberlegged brown stone with a #20 pink glow ball on the bottom. 3/4 were browns and 1/4 were bows. The Browns would slam the stone fly. I landed a 20" brown on 6x tippet and he almost ran into my backing. What a rush. That made the day.
I also fished just below the Norfork dam. I is really cold. I mean cold.
I don't have neoprene chest waders (wish I did) and I am not making babies any time soon until a few more things warm up
Below the dam was great practice for streamer fishing and it was windy so I got to practice live a double hall.
Thanks everybody for suggestions and tips they helped make this a trip I won't forget. I am already panning a return trip.