Periods of showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 9am. High near 74. South wind 6 to 8 mph. Chance of precipitation is 90%. New rainfall amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible.
  A bit of rain last night (more accumulation to the south of Vernon county) will have creeks stained this morning.  Overall with the exception of the West Fork, North and South Fork of the Bad axe, things will be clear to stained.  All of this rain has done wonders for the creeks, flushing out some vegetation and adding a ton of cold water into the creeks and the springs!  Water temperatures are in the 50s area wide.
  Terrestrials have been excellent this week with beetles and ants the best and hoppers still fishing, but not as well as dryer years.
Subsurface fishing has been good on leeches and San Juan worms, as well as scuds and frenchies.
  This weekend looks nice weather wise with the sun being the only limiting factor.  Fishing has been best when the sun is off the water with the exception of larger terrestrials.  They have fished best when things dry out mid day as long as they are fished right on the bank near overhanging grass or undercut banks.