June 8th Fishing Report

Showers, mainly before 11am. High near 70. Light north wind becoming northwest 5 to 9 mph in the morning. Chance of precipitation is 90%. New precipitation amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch possible.
Good drizzly weather and clouds through the day.

 We're getting complaints more and more about anglers getting cut off, high holed, and crowded.  

If there is a car at an access point, drive to another access point.  There is plenty of room to spread out on public and accessible water in the area.
Do not access the creek upstream of other anglers (high holing), checking in with other anglers is ok, but do not hop above and ruin the fishing for others.
There is no reason to trespass.  Conservation easements are bankside access only.  You are not legally allowed to cross fields.
Do no block gates, farm access roads or driveways.  Park off the street, pull in your mirrors and leave room for cars and farm equipment to pass.

We have lots of water, and there is no reason to crowd.  Just treat other anglers like you would want to be treated, 

With the rain, we are looking at potentially happier fish eating foam indicator patterns with bead heads below.  Subsurface flies can be a mix of thin and flashy, and thicker scud type patterns in this weather.
 On the surface, watch for lighter colored mayflies the last few hours of the day. 

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