Delaney Buttes has been fishing well. Both static nymphing and stripping streamers have been productive techniques.
Black, olive, and wine colored leeches have been successful patterns (especially the "Balanced Leech"). Small olive or black Chironomids have been the most productive aquatic insect to imitate for the time being. Expect Damsels and Callibaetis to become more prominent as water temperatures warm. We have been suspending our nymphs anywhere between 4' - 8' depending on the lake structure/fish behavior that we are seeing. Water boatman, scuds, and worms are always good patterns to have in the box when fishing Delaney as well.