Mostly sunny, with a high near 66. East wind 7 to 11 mph.
It's downright chilly this morning.  50 degrees at 7 a.m.  
The creeks are taking a bit to wake up lately due to the colder weather.  There is no need to get out fishing at dawn.  
Things are in incredible shape for summertime with cold water temperatures and good flows thanks to the cold nights and a rainy summer.  Look for fish to feed heavily subsurface in the riffles and runs on smaller thin bodied bead heads today.  In the afternoon, terrestrials on the surface will be effective and we may see a hatch or two late afternoon.
  The evening brings 3 or 4 different species of bugs hatching or laying eggs.  Try a trailing shuck caddis like an X caddis or an olive parachute or emerger.
  The full moon has made night fishing a bit easier to maneuver, but the fishing during a full moon tends to be a bit less productive numbers wise.  Look for fish to be holding underneath structure at night or deep in the pools.