Sunny, with a high near 85. Light and variable wind becoming northeast 5 to 7 mph in the morning.
Major storms passed us by in Vernon County last night. We received half an inch to an inch of rain total with no major gully washers. Creeks remain clear to stained.
Fishing has been good in the mornings on midges and tricos. The trico spinner fall has not been predictable with the humid mornings, but on the creeks that they show up fishing has been fun! Mid day fishing has been best on terrestrials with a small nymph dropper.
On the creeks with a stain, San Juan worms, scuds, and pink squirrels have been deadly. These creeks are fishing a bit better thanks to the stain hiding the sun from the fish.
With the recent hot days, it is a good idea to check water temperatures. 65 degrees means poor fishing, and anything much above that can be lethal to land trout in.