Widespread fog, mainly before 10am. Otherwise, partly sunny, with a high near 73. North wind 3 to 5 mph.
Things are still looking good in the Driftless. The foggy morning will suppress the trico spinner fall first thing, and the humid morning means terrestrials will not be as active early. In other words, subsurface early, then hopper dropper mid day, followed by fishing the hatches in the evening. While there are not a ton of rising fish, we have seen sparse hatches of craneflies, olives, midges, and we have some egg laying caddis around too.
Creeks are in great shape with good flows and cool water temperatures for August.