Cloudy through mid morning, then gradual clearing, with a high near 76. Calm wind becoming north 5 to 7 mph in the morning.
  Creeks are in excellent shape!  Fish are looking up for caddis and craneflies most of the day and we have started fishing terrestrials with success too!
Creeks are flowing well and clear with temperatures in the mid to high 50s.  The rains for a couple days ago missed us completely and our creeks are fishing very well.  
  Look for splashy rises as fish are feeding on caddis and craneflies from mid morning through the day.  On some creeks we are still seeing some mayfly activity especially in the evenings and in shady areas.
  Subsurface fishing has been best on frenchies, brush hogs, and and pink squirrels.  Think thicker bodied patterns as these represent caddis larvae and cranefly larvae.  Don't forget about the brook lamprey too.  A large olive leech fished right below riffles can be deadly this time of year!
  Night fishing is starting to happen too!  Fishing a large leech or streamer at night has gotten some fish to go.