Mostly cloudy, with a high near 75. Calm wind becoming northwest 5 to 8 mph in the morning.
Far better weather than the heat wave of mid week!
  Creeks are low and clear with warmer than usual water temperatures.  The cloud cover and drizzle through this weekend should help cool things down quite a bit.
  Caddis and craneflies are hatching, but with the cooler and cloudy weather, the caddis hatch will subside a little bit and we should see a couple mayflies hatching on and off instead.  The cranefly hatch will sill be there.  Look for splashy and random rises and you have found the craneflies.
  Fishing subsurface will be great on scuds through the weekend as long as the clouds hold.  The general rule of thumb applies that the sunnier the weather, the smaller and thinner bodied the fly and the cloudier the weather, the thicker and larger the fly.
  Night time fishing is starting to pick up on larger streamers and mice.