Cloudy, with a high near 79. Southwest wind 3 to 6 mph. Chance of precipitation is 50%.
Rain showers moved throughout the area yesterday bringing some mild to heavy rains. It was not enough to do any permanent damage to the fishing and the creeks remain flowing unseasonably cool and clear to mildly stained.
Fishing has been quite nice lately, especially with the stain on the water making fishing a bit easier as the fish are feeding better thanks to the safety the stain gives them.
Hatches are mild right now, with a few creeks getting a trico spinner fall in the mornings, and a handful of midges and mayflies hatching. The real surface activity is on terrestrials and attractor flies.
Subsurface fishing has been really fun on the off color water with leeches and san juan worms being very effective right now. It isn't pretty, but the fish are responding well. On the clearer water fishing a smaller, thin bodied bead head underneath a hippie stomper has been deadly.
Bankside vegetation was pushed over and wiped out last week with the heavier rains, and fishing is pretty pleasant now compared to a normal July!