Mostly sunny, with a high near 83. Light and variable wind becoming south around 6 mph in the morning.
Creeks are in good shape! The sun will be the things that slows fishing down so fish early and late and find the shade.
Terrestrials are key right now with beetles and ants catching quite a few fish on the surface. We're also starting to see our goofy big (size 12) lighter colored mayflies. They are usually a cream or fluorescent yellow and show up at first and last light.
Subsurface action has been consistent on pink belly pheasant tails nymphs, frenchies, brush hogs, and she hulks.
Creeks have cleared out for the most part so expect clear to stained water area wide with temperatures in the high 50s to mid 60s. Keep using your thermometer as anything over 65 will be slow fishing and possibly harmful to fight trout in.