Warmer and sunny again today. Fishing has remained good, but the sun is starting to slow things down a bit. Make sure you are fishing shaded areas and undercut banks and try to avoid mid day fishing if you can. We're fortunate enough that the cold days the past few weeks have made water temperatures cool enough that we are not finding superheated late summer creeks and the fish are still pretty happy when the sun is off them.
Terrestrials are key. Smaller varieties such as ants and beetles are more effective now, but grass hoppers and larger foam patterns are catching a few fish. Try one as an indicator fly!
Subsurface fishing has been very good with the fish in shin to thigh deep water early and late, then taking cover in deeper pools and underneath the banks when the sun is shining brightly.
Soft hackles have been the guide's hot fly lately. Swinging a simple soft hackle has been very effective!
Mousing is picking up with the warmer weather and quite a few larger fish are showing up when most anglers are going to sleep!