Sunny, with a high near 74. South wind 3 to 7 mph.
The unbelievably fishy weather continues!  Your limiting factor is the sun right now, so plan to fish shady areas and when the sun is off the water for best success.
  The cold nights have fishing a bit slow in the morning.  Rolling a bead head along the bottom of the runs is the best way to get fish while they are groggy.  Once the sun comes up and warms things up a bit, then fishing terrestrials with a bead head dropper is key.
In the evening fish are rising in the flats and slower water to a mix of olives and midges with a few egg laying caddis thrown in for good measure (they will also eat a small terrestrial).
  Creeks are clear to stained and flowing very well for summertime with temperatures in the mid to high 50s.