June 23rd Fishing ReportIncreasing clouds, with a high near 89. South wind around 5 mph becoming calm in the morning.
Hot, sunny, clear water.....Fish early/late... These reports are sounding like a broken record!
The good news is we are forecasted to get a little bit of drizzle this weekend and a pretty significant drop in temperatures back to normal! While the rain is not supposed to be a lot, any little bit will help. However, in the near future night time temperatures in the low 50s will help quite a bit, especially the morning half of the day.
Things are still tough out there with the mornings fishing well, mid day being almost unbearable with the heat, and the last hour or two of evening fishing well too.
We're still getting some sporadic hatches here and there. Carrying some film stars in a light body color and a dark body color is a good idea as you will cover most everything out there. Otherwise, beetles and hippie stompers with a dropper, or an ant is catching quite a few fish. Don't grease up the ant and let it sink a bit!