September 28th Fishing ReportCloudy, with a high near 69. Calm wind becoming southeast 5 to 9 mph in the morning.
Creeks are clear to slightly stained with temperatures in the mid 50s. Excellent fall conditions
Thanks to some recent rains many of our creeks finally got a bit of a flush. No water levels came up permanently, but things are much better than a few weeks ago! We're now in extreme drought instead of exceptional....
Trout have been happy lately. With clouds in the sky they have been eating mostly subsurface on leeches and scuds with a few coming up to darker colored terrestrials. As the grass and banksidge vegetation dries a bit, the terrestrials get moving and fishing gets better. With the temperatures and conditions dry fly fishing is actually better in the middle and later part of the day.
We are still seeing some olives hatching and a handful of fish sipping emergers and some adults on the surface.