(KLIX)- If you’ve been down to the Snake River in the last week or so you may have noticed flows are up. Mike Bues with the Bureau of Reclamation says flows peaked a little early this year. In April they had a significant reversal from near average to the low side. That’s why flows over Shoshone Falls were pretty weak until about the second week of June. Recently the Bureau of Reclamation has released water as part of seasonal flows for fish. After the fourth of July the Bureau of Reclamation will begin releasing water for Idaho Power Deliveries. The flows should be less than they are currently running now, but still significant.