May 28th Fishing ReportRain, mainly before noon. High near 52. Northeast wind 11 to 14 mph, with gusts as high as 23 mph. Chance of precipitation is 90%. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible.
Here is the update: Creeks are still in good shape as overall over the past 24 hours there has been about an inch of lighter rain in our area. While it did rain all day yesterday, it was never heavy enough to muddy things up. Expect clear to coffee stained water.
Fish yesterday were happily eating larger scuds and worm patterns as well as regular bead heads. The dry fly fishing was suppressed with the cold rains and will be again today. When things clear up for the weekend, watch for caddis and lighter colored mayflies in the evenings.
These rains were much needed and are an overall benefit to the fishing! The frosty weather will end Saturday and things will start to get back on track.
This is a holiday weekend and we could see some busy creeks. Please respect each other and landowners.
- Do not fish upstream of another angler without checking in with them
- If there is a car at an access point, please drive to another. There is enough water in our area to spread out a bit.
- Do not block access roads, gates etc when you park
- Pull your vehicle off the road all the way (pull in your mirrors if needed)
- Do not trespass, if you are unsure whether or not the creek is public either keep your feet wet or find another creek.