June 21st Fishing ReportSunny, with a high near 88. Light southeast wind increasing to 5 to 9 mph in the morning.
Creeks are exceptionally low as we have had only an inch of rain in over two months. Temperatures are still stable on most of the smaller creeks in the monrings, but things are heating up quickly. Please use a thermometer and avoid fishing anything over 65. Focus on the morning and very late evening, shaded creeks, and smaller waters close to the springs.
Terrestrials are key right now on the surface with ants and beetles working well. Smaller training wheels (chubby chernobyls) with a zebra midge or purdrygon below are our go to when fish are not rising. We do still have a few sparse hatches of lighter colored mayflies and craneflies out there too.
The major limiting factor right now is still shade and associated water temperature. Hope for rain and use your thermometers!