June 27th Fishing ReportSunny, with a high near 77. Northwest wind 5 to 9 mph.
Creeks are clear to slightly stained and are in the low 60s. Only the lower sections of creeks are a bit warm pushing into the mid 60s.
A few rising fish very early and very late to a mix of smaller light colored mayflies, caddis and craneflies. Otherwise we are in full on summer mode where ants, beetles, and even small grasshoppers are working well. Tying a bead head below dropper style is a simple and very effective way to catch fish all summer long.
Focus on water right below the riffles on the lip of the pools. Fish congregate there in the morning and later afternoon. On sunny days they will retreat to shade and undercut banks mid day.