Mostly sunny, with a high near 75. Northeast wind 7 to 10 mph.
  The heat wave is over!  We're back to normal temperatures and fishing should get back on track.  We're still focusing our efforts early in the morning and late in the day and avoiding the mid day sun.
  Sulphurs and craneflies are the main courses, with hatches in the mornings and an occasional spinner fall of sulphurs in the evening.  Terrestrials are taking on a large role on the surface, especially in the shade and around overhanging vegetation.  
Subsurface fishing is good on scuds and medium bodied patterns, but that too is starting to trend towards smaller and thinner bodied bead heads, especially when the sun is in the sky.
  Creeks are clear and a bit low with temperatures in the mid 50s to low 60s.