As of this morning, the Beaverkill is about twice the normal flow - CFS is 2320 as compared to the average flow on this date of 1230 CFS. It's sunny and breezy, air temps in the 30s but supposed to reach 60 today. Hopefully by the weekend the waters will recede to a more fishable level, as much of the snowpack is now melting...but due to the severity of the winter, amount of snow and late date of snowpack melting, fishing conditions will likely be set behind a couple of weeks. If sunny and warm, you can look for tiny flies hatching in the sun and some rises, use tiny flies. Otherwise, large weighted streamers - Black Leech, large Coneheads, should work.