A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after noon. Partly sunny, with a high near 87. Southeast wind 6 to 10 mph.
We're still slogging through some unseasonably hot weather. Water temperatures are getting a bit high in the afternoon so make sure you use your thermometer. Anything over 65 will be poor fishing and the couple creeks hitting 70 thanks to this heat wave, can be lethal to hook trout in.
The good news is that we received an inch or two of rain last night. It has been dry enough that it will not put a major stain on the creeks as the ground is dry enough to soak most of it up. The bad news is we are still forecasted for hot weather until Friday.
Fish early and fish late. Rising fish have been pushed to time of day when the sun is off the water. Otherwise most of the action is subsurface on midge larvae, pheasant tails, and brush hogs.