Mostly sunny, with a high near 87. South wind 7 to 11 mph.
Hotter today, but things cool off later in the weekend. Despite the hot weather, the fishing has been solid. However, it has been good when the sun is not shining on the water (normal summertime rhythm). There have been a few tricos showing up in the mornings, then we are fishing a terrestrial with a dropper until mid day. When the sun is high overhead, take a break and wait for early evening when things cool down. There are still hatches in the evening that have fish rising to olives, midges, and they are also eating smaller terrestrials at night. Don't forget to skitter and twitch your dries, as movement is triggering some great eats!
Once the sun goes down, fish are eating mouse patterns and larger leeches and streamers. Grab a headlamp, enjoy the cooler weather, and go night fishing!
Creeks are clear to stained with temperatures in the high 50s to mid 60s.