Sunny, with a high near 63. Light northwest wind increasing to 8 to 13 mph in the morning.
Wow. It really couldn't be better in the Driftless for the fall. Our season ends October 15th, and creeks are flowing well with very cool water temperatures. The recent rains stained things up a bit, but most of the creeks were fishable yesterday, and have cleared up quite a bit overnight. With the drop in water temperatures, we have seen the return of the olive hatch and spinner fall. That on top of remaining tricos in the morning and terrestrials mid day means some fun dry fly action potentially all day.
Subsurface fishing has been hot. With frenchies and pink squirrels leading the charge. Scuds have started fishing well again when cloud cover is overhead or the creek is showing a bit of stain.
We're forecasted for a week or so of very mld fall weather with temperatures not topping 70 degrees and cooling down into the 40s at night. This is what you want for end of season fishing!