Cloudy, with a high near 44. West wind 9 to 14 mph.
Very odd waking up to snow this morning!  
  Fishing will slow down with the cold front rolling in.  There is a frost advisory for this evening.  What this means is you get to sleep in a bit as there is no reason to be on the water until it starts to warm up!
  Caddis have slowed down a bit, they need warmer and sunnier weather.  However, the mayflies and craneflies have picked up the slack.  While there are not a ton of rising fish, you will see pods rising to olives and craneflies as well as midges in the later morning and through the day.
  Subsurface fishing has been best with fish eating scuds, pink squirrels, cranefly larvae, and hare's ears patterns well.  We are still getting big fish to eat leeches in the deeper pools too.
  Creeks are clear to murky after last nights rain and a bit low with water temperatures in the mid 40s to mid 50s.