Wind S 9-15
Sunny and a bit warmer today. Find the shade to find fish!
Waters are low and clear with temps in the high 50s to mid 60s. Things are in excellent shape right now with fish eating subsurface on blue winged olive nymphs and midge larvae as well as other small, dark, and thin bodied flies. When the sun is off the water, the will also eat leeches happily.
On the surface, we are seeing trico spinner falls return a bit with warmer mornings. In the evening there are sporadic hatches of small olives. During the day, the terrestrial fishing has been quite fun. Crickets, ants, beetles and hoppers are all effective, especially when you drop a bead head nymph below!