Cloudy through mid morning, then gradual clearing, with a high near 74. North wind 9 to 11 mph.
A very pleasant weekend ahead!
Rains last night were only half to 3/4 of an inch tops which means creeks are in great shape throughout the weekend. The limiting factor will still be the sun. Fish early and look for the trico spinner fall. While it isn't widespread, if you do find tricos the morning bite can be fantastic. If you do not find them, fishing an ant, beetle, or other smaller terrestrial will get rising fish to eat.
During the day, and when there are no trout feeding on the surface, fishing a hopper or other terrestrial pattern with a small bead head dropper is the way to go. Fish will mostly focus on the subsurface pattern, but we are starting to get trout causing across the creek or from underneath the banks to crush a larger meal on the surface.
In the evenings, there can be a few rising fish again. A small parachute or ant/beetle should get them to eat. If not, twitch a leech through the pod.
Finally, mousing has been quite fun this summer. Slowly fishing a mouse pattern across the surface at night can get some very aggressive eats and some larger fish!