June 16th Fishing ReportMostly cloudy, then gradually becoming sunny, with a high near 77. Calm wind becoming east 5 to 7 mph in the morning.
Decent chilly mornings have the water temperature in good shape, it is not spiking except on some of the lower sections and 'big' creeks. However it is still very low and clear. We have not had any rain and the low water and weed growth (we need some rain to give the creeks a flush too!) have fishing difficult in some circumstances. Fish early and late to take advantage of the sun being off the water, and focus on riffle water and undercut banks.
We're seeing hatches here and there of sulphurs, some darker bodied mayflies (parachute adams hatch) caddis, and cranes. When the fish are not rising we are fishing beetles with smaller bead heads below them. Larger foam bugs are getting refused mid day, so scale down a bit when the sun is on the water.