Showers, with thunderstorms also possible after 4pm. High near 62. Light east wind increasing to 5 to 9 mph in the morning. Chance of precipitation is 90%.
 Another round of light showers yesterday did not stain the water up significantly.  We're still at stained to clear area wide.
  Fishing has been really good lately with the cooler temps and cloud cover.  We are supposed to get some rain this weekend, but so far they are predicting showers and not thunderstorms.  If this holds, we will be looking at slightly stained to medium stained water area wide, and while it may suppress the olive hatch activity a bit, the subsurface fishing should be excellent!  We will keep you updated on the rain totals, but we are not panicking about it.
  Terrestrials have been the ticket, but only after things warm up and dry out a bit.  Early in the morning fishing has been best subsurface on heavy tungsten nymphs and scuds.  In the evening we have started to see some olives hatching, but have still had more success on small ants and beetles on the surface.  The heavy nymphs have been solid all through the evening too!