Mostly sunny, with a high near 87. South wind 5 to 10 mph.
Warm summer day today, going to be hot and muggy as a small storm system rolls in. The heat will be gone by the weekend, and we will hopefully get some more summer rains on Thursday. The rains have stained the waters up briefly after they fall but have left the creeks a bit higher than normal for summer and are keeping water temperatures cool (as well as getting rid of the humidity for a day or two).
We are still seeing Tricos in the mornings, then fishing terrestrials up against the banks during the mid day. In the evenings we are seeing midges hatch too.
Subsurface is still best on our summer patterns. Smaller, thin profiled bead heads fished right along the bottom.