Mostly sunny, with a high near 80. Southeast wind 7 to 9 mph.
Unseasonably hot again today. Fish early and late and avoid the sun if possible. The warm sun has brought out the caddis, but where they are not hatching heavily the fish are hiding from the sun.
Caddis are the main hatch with both black and tan flies present. Splashy rises mean fish feeding on caddis or caddis emergers.
There are also olives still hatching and some creeks getting a morning spinner fall.
Subsurface fishing is best on midge larvae, scuds, leeches in the mid day to get fish to come out from undercut banks, and caddis larvae/pupae.
Creeks are very clear with water temperatures in the 50s to high 50s.