Sunny, with a high near 85. Light and variable wind becoming southwest 5 to 9 mph in the morning.
After another couple of abnormally hot days the later weekend got things back on track. The rains we received Saturday were perfect. Nice, gentle soaking rains (in vernon county specifically) that did not significantly stain the waters up. It also dropped temperatures and put the fish in a much better mood. We're still a little warm so continue to use your thermometer. If things are above 65 degrees, fishing will start to shut down rapidly and can be harmful to trout. Find cooler creeks, find shade and you will find happier fish. Overall creeks are clear and a touch low with temperatures in the low 60s.
Hatches are sparse, however we are still catching fish on caddis and craneflies. On the surface terrestrials have become the main course. We have been doing very well on ants and beetles and you can have quite a bit of fun fishing a hippie stomper or training wheel with a brush hog tied below!
Subsurface fishing is also still solid, especially when the sun is high in the sky and the surface activity tapers off. Heavy flies such as perdigons and squogs as well as pheasant tails and purple zebra midges have been effective both as droppers off of terrestrials as well as fished deeper under indicators.