Partly sunny, with a high near 73. North wind around 7 mph.
With a break form the rain, creeks have finally had a full day to drop and start clearing. Expect slightly stained to medium stained water area wide with a handful of creeks running clear.
Fishing is still best early and late when the sun is off the water. You may find some fish rising early and late to midges and some lighter colored mayflies, but the majority of the surface action will be on small terrestrials.
Subsurface fishing is really good on san juan worms and leeches in the stained water, and on frenchies and pheasant tails in the clear water.
Temperatures are supposed to get warm again this weekend, so make sure you are utilizing your thermometer. Anything over 65 will be poor fishing and potentially lethal to fight trout in. The good news is that all the rain will keep the springs pushing a good amount to cold water into the system for a while, and water temperatures should be cooler than normal for this time of year!