Cloudy, then gradually becoming mostly sunny, with a high near 75. North wind 8 to 10 mph.
Creeks continue to drop and clear today. There were many fishable creeks yesterday after the heavy rains, and more have settled down and cleared. Expect clear to murky conditions area wide with the larger streams (Kickapoo, Bad Axe) showing the most color.
In the creeks with color to them fish black leeches and buggers as well as San Juan worms and larger scuds. On the clear creeks try heavy bead head nymphs and midge larvae as well as smaller scuds.
On the surface fish are primarily feeding on terrestrials specifically ants and beetles. There are also a few lighter colored mayflies around as well as egg laying caddis and midges.
Mousing has started up again after the rains. Try a larger streamer or surface pattern at night for a chance at a big fish!