June 26th Fishing ReportUpdate 2:40 Heavy rains are over, but the damage has been done. True flash flood rain and creeks are up and muddy. It should calm down for tomorrow though.
UPDATE 2:19 Heavy, heavy rain and the storm is still on us.
UPDATE 2:15 Round 4 is hitting us. Medium to heavy rain. This will stain things up but it is moving quickly and shouldn't ruin things outside of this afternoon.
UPDATE 12:45 Round three died on the Mississippi. Dry so far. #4 and possible #5 look ominous and will be here in about an hour.
UPDATE 11:00 AM: Round three is coming and will hit. It looks like only some more light rain though.
UPDATE 10:00 AM: Round one lost a ton of power when it crossed the Mississippi. We only had some light rain around 9. Round two is passing south of Vernon County. So far, everything is still in great shape!
Showers and thunderstorms. High near 80. Light and variable wind becoming south 5 to 10 mph in the morning. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New rainfall amounts between 1 and 2 inches possible.
Creeks are in great shape this morning, clear to slightly stained with temperatures in the high 50s to 60. We're watching the radar closely and it looks like the first round will be some scattered rains hitting around 9 a.m. The ground is fairly saturated so if we get a bunch of heavy rain all at once things will get muddy for the rest of the day. If it is spread out a bit then we expect a stain on the water but fishable conditions. We will keep you updated!