Mostly cloudy, with a high near 65. East wind 7 to 11 mph. Chance of showers after 5 p.m.
Back to normal spring weather, and the fish have responded. Subsurface action is much more consistent without the sun shining down on fish, and water temperatures have gotten back to normal averaging 50 degrees area wide. When the sun peeks out from the clouds, caddis will hatch. Otherwise look for fish to eat olives and some larger mayflies and some midges. There is also a sporadic spinner fall of olives in the early morning too that can have fish rising before the sun climbs high in the sky.
Subsurface fishing has been hot on scuds, dirty birds, and leeches are still going strong right now.
Creeks are a bit low and running clear with temps around 50 degrees. Hatches are beginning around mid day.