Mostly sunny, with a high near 66. South wind 9 to 11 mph.
The caddis weather continues! We're seeing tan and black caddis daily on most creeks, and have even started to see some craneflies show up in the mix.
Olives are slowly fading, but fish will still pick up on size 18-20 parachutes in the early morning and late evening. Trout are also eating larger parachutes (12-14) in the riffles mid day.
Subsurface fishing is best on small pheasant tail type flies (frenchies!) as well as dirty birds and caddis pupae.
Do not forget olive leeches as the creek lamprey are spawning right now.
Creeks are low and clear with water temperatures in the mid 50s.