Sunny, with a high near 78. Northeast wind 6 to 9 mph.
We have a nice summer weekend ahead of us!  
Creeks are in good shape with clear to medium stained water area wide.  The rains in the past week have pushed down bankside vegetation, and scoured out the creek bottoms as well as kept water temperatures lower than average for this time of year.  The thing that will influence the fishery negatively this weekend is the sun.  Fish early, fish late, and find shade.
  Trico spinners are showing up on some creeks in the mornings.  Fishing hopper/dropper throughout the day has been very successful, then having some midges and mayfly dries for the evening rise is a good idea.
  Subsurface fishing has been the most successful lately however.  In the stained water, fishing a leech, larger scud, pink squirrel or San Juan Worm under an indicator has worked very well.  On the clear creeks a frenchie, brush hog, or pink belly pheasant tail will do the trick.