Sunny, with a high near 74. Light and variable wind becoming southeast 5 to 7 mph in the morning.
The gorgeous summer weather continues!  It is not supposed to top out over 75 the entire weekend.  Cooler nights have fish energized, especially first thing in the morning, then in the afternoon when the sun is not shining directly on the water.  Fish are starting to put on late summer color thanks to the dropping temperatures.
  Tricos are still around in the mornings on some creeks.  It isn't as thick as it was lat month, however it will still get fish rising early.  After tricos, subsurface fishing with tiny, thin bodied bead heads is working.
  Once the sun dries out the backsides, it's hopper time!  Fish have finally started to eat hoppers well (they have been decent up until now and the fish are starting to aggressively eat them) along with ants and beetles.
  Don't overlook a slowly fished leech pattern too, as some fish are starting to eat larger flies.
Mousing is great right now!