Sunny, with a high near 67. Light and variable wind becoming north 5 to 10 mph in the morning.
Fishing has been good lately! We are still seeing some caddis and craneflies hatching throughout the day. The best fishing seems concentrated in the morning and early afternoon with a tailing off later in the day on most creeks.
Creeks are low and clear to slightly stained with water temperatures in the high 40s to high 50s area wide.
Surface fishing has been good on caddis dries and emergers as well as on cranefly dries. Swinging an orange soft hackle or coulee cranefly pattern can be deadly this time of year. We have also seen an increase of fish willing to eat terrestrials both big and small!
Subsurface fishing has been best on brush hogs, tan scuds, and other thicker bodied patterns especially in tan or gray as they represent caddis and cranefly larvae.