UPDATE: We had about 2 inches of rain fall this morning until late lunchtime. Currently the sun is peeking out from the clouds. The prediction is for more rain tonight that could be heavy. The forecast dropped from 100% to 60% which means the large part of the storm might miss us. As it stands, if we get another inch or two things will be ugly until tomorrow afternoon. You will be able to find some clear to stained water, but most creeks will not open up and be fishable until after lunch time. After that, things should clear rapidly (unless a small bank collapse happens etc) and fishing should be solid. No rain after tonight really means Sunday looks really good.
Mostly cloudy, with a high near 75. South wind 6 to 8 mph.
There is some rain predicted, but they are saying it will fall in a very brief timeframe before noon. We will keep you posted.
As of now we have some clear to stained water with only a couple rivers murky. The multiple rains have flushed out the creeks enough that it takes quite a bit of high water to find sediment to put into the system right now.
The weather for the weekend will not top 72 for a high temperature!
Fishing was solid yesterday on hoppers with a dropper in the clear water with the droppers tending to be smaller and thinner bodied. With the cool and cloudy weather, there is a good chance that we will see some olives this weekend on the surface too.
Subsurface fishing is excellent, especially on the stained water. If clouds are in the sky fish scuds and pink squirrels. If the sun is shining go for pheasant tails and frenchie type flies.