Increasing clouds, with a high near 74. South wind 6 to 10 mph becoming west in the afternoon.
Some good, soaking rains last night will have a handful of creeks murky again this morning. Overall expect clear to stained water area wide with water temperatures in the high 50s to low 60s. Remember to use your thermometers, although we have had rains recently, the water temperature has not dropped much. Anything over 65 will be difficult.
Sulphurs are still hatching in the afternoon with fish rising late into the evening. We are also starting to see a few yellow sallies and other lighter colored mayflies. On top of this caddis, craneflies ants and beetles are catching fish. We've started fishing a hippie stomper with a bead head dropper with quite a bit of success too.
Subsurface fishing has been excellent on leeches and smaller streamers in the stained water. In the clearer water, thin bodied flies in brown to black have been effective as have brush hogs and coulee scuds.