Isolated showers. Cloudy, with a low around 63. East wind around 7 mph. Chance of precipitation is 20%.
  Recent rains have some creeks running murky (especially the West Fork and the Bad Axe system).  They will clear up to fishable clarity this morning and we should not see significant rain until later on today.  
  These rains are much needed to fill the springs and flush the creeks a bit!  We're forecasted for a bit more rain this evening that will keep water levels high and clarity low.  In the murky water, look for fish to eat leeches and wooly buggers as well as other black bodied streamers.
  As the creeks drop and clear a bit, scuds are the ticket for stained water, especially on cloudy days.
On the surface, terrestrials are still the strongest patterns.  Ants and beetles are most effective and we have started to catch fish on some larger foam attractor patterns as well.  Hatches have thinned out but fish are still eating lighter colored mayflies and darker bodied caddis in the evenings in addition to the ever present late spring craneflies.