Normally early July, but if we stay on this current weather trend, look for good action by mid-June. Float it if you can, but if not, there are a number of good areas to fish along the route 14 side, all the way from the dam to the inlet. The grayling take pretty much anything a brook trout would take, but occasionally they really key on something. A couple of years ago, they were completely keyed onto ant patterns in mid-July, as the wind was dropping a lot of ants off the pine and spruce onto the water near the shorelines. There are also some real nice cutthroat, rainbows and lake trout too.