June 14th Fishing ReportMostly sunny, with a high near 84. Calm wind becoming northwest 5 to 7 mph in the afternoon.
While not oppressive heat, it is going to stay in the low to mid 80s the next few days with bright sun. It is essential to fish when the sun is off the water for your best shot at fish. Creeks are very low and clear. Temperatures are right around 60 with some of the lower sections and 'bigger' creeks hitting 65 plus. If you use your thermometer and find mid 60s, it is not a terrible idea to move upstream or to a different valley.
It's terrestrial time, and a beetle with a dropper (ruby red purdygon!) is fantastic this time of season. Hatches are mostly in the evenings with lighter colored mayflies, caddis, and cranes getting some fish to rise.