Increasing clouds, with a high near 28. Northwest wind 5 to 7 mph becoming southeast in the afternoon.
 Nothing super special about today, but with the early sun we have, the water temperatures will start to climb earlier and get the fish moving.  We do not have a ton of snow on the ground.  The last snow only dumped a couple of inches on the ground and between yesterdays melt and today there is little left.
  Saturday and Sunday look like fantastic weather!  Saturday 43 and Sunday 58 for the highs!
Creeks are clear to slightly stained and running in the high 30s to mid 40s water temperature wise.
  Fishing has been solid lately with the same stuff working well all early season.  Midges are still our only hatch (it is not warm enough for olives yet) but we are seeing fish eat them mid day on the sunnier days.  Subsurface fishing is best on leeches, scuds, brassies, ice cream cones, and She Hulks.  Do not be afraid to fish a steamer slowly through the water as well, as we have seen some larger fish chase streamers the past week.