Patchy fog before 9am. Otherwise, mostly sunny, with a high near 82. Calm wind becoming west 5 to 7 mph in the morning.
What a difference in weather! It cooled down quite a bit and we received about an inch of rain throughout the area yesterday. The rain wasn't enough to muddy up anything significantly outside of a creek or two. Most creeks will be clear to stained with water temperatures dropping back down to the high 50s and low 60s.
The fish are in a much more willing mood right now and are eating well both surface and subsurface.
On the surface fish are still eating caddis and craneflies, and we have started to see some lighter colored mayflies (sulphurs, cahills etc) as well as yellow sallies appear over the past couple of days.
Subsurface fishing is still best on thicker profile flies like brush hogs, prince nymphs, and pink squirrels. We are slowly transitioning to slimmer bodied flies like pheasant tails, perdigons, and some euro style tungsten bead head bugs.
Do not neglect terrestrials. Fishing a dry dropper with a beetle or hippie stomper has been quite good, especially mid day.
Finally, mousing has been quite fun the past few nights! Slowly swimming a mouse pattern through a pool at night is a ton of fun.