A 20 percent chance of snow before noon. Cloudy, with a high near 38. Calm wind becoming northwest 5 to 7 mph in the afternoon.
Despite some cold and crappy weather for April, the fishing has remained solid.  This weekend we had olive hatches every afternoon and fishing stretched into the evening.
  There is little snow on the ground, and we are going to get some warmer weather mid week which means everything should be melted again soon.
Creeks are still low and flowing clear.  Water temperatures are 40-45.
Fishing has been best subsurface on heavily weighted nymphs (thick profile in the morning, then thin profile mid day) fished deep as well as scuds and leeches.  Fish are starting to rise after lunchtime to olives.  Look closely as there are some pods of fish eating emergers and some eating dries.