A couple of gorgeous days ahead of us until it turns hot again for the weekend.
Mostly sunny, with a high near 66. Northwest wind 8 to 11 mph.
Look for fish to be in a good mood today and tomorrow as temperatures drop a bit. We're still seeing sulphurs hatching in the evening with fish happily rising. Terrestrials are effective all day long (smaller ants and beetles, no hoppers yet...). Subsurface, the fish have been loving thinner bodied patterns such as midge larvae and pheasant tail type nymphs as well as scuds rolled along the bottom.
When the sun is off the water, leeches and streamers are very effective. Mousing at night is starting to pick up too!
Creeks are low and clear with temperatures in the mid 50s to low 60s. The temps are a bit high for normal, so make sure you use your thermometer as anything over 65 will make for slow fishing.