June 7th Fishing Report

Isolated showers before 9am, then scattered sprinkles between 9am and 10am. Partly sunny, with a high near 72. Calm wind becoming northwest around 6 mph in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation is 20%.
 The sun is shining bright today!  After a few cloudy days and very happy trout, the brighter skies will mean spookier fish.  Concentrate on fishing the broken water, shaded areas and swing flies beneath the undercut banks.  
 As the spring creeps nearer summertime, terrestrials become more and more important.  Right now you really can not beat an ant or beetle fished near vegetation or plopped next to the shore.  A larger beetle or hippie stomper with a bead head below is incredibly effective all day long.
The true match the hatch fishing typically begins in the later afternoon with craneflies, then switched over to sulfurs and other lighter colored bugs the last couple of hours of sunlight.

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