March 18th Fishing Report

A chance of flurries before 10am. Cloudy early, then gradual clearing, with a high near 35. North wind 7 to 13 mph becoming west in the afternoon.
Creeks are very low and clear with water temperatures in the mid to high 40s.  Things are still very difficult out there with how low and clear things are.  Make sure to focus on the broken, riffle water and watch for olives in the early afternoon.
  We're hoping that some of the forecasted snow later this week materializes.  It will do nothing to mess up the creeks, and the moisture is needed!
Leeches and scuds as well as smaller thin bodied bugs subsurface all day.  A sporadic olive hatch mid day is showing up on the sunnier days as well.

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