Partly sunny, then gradually becoming sunny, with a high near 80. North wind 6 to 10 mph.
  Temperatures remain pretty cool this week for mid July.  We're still in summer so make sure you use your thermometer.  Water temperatures over 65 mean slower fishing and anything much over 68.
  Aquatic insects are slow right now which is normal for this time of year.  We're waiting for trico spinner falls to show up.  While we have not seen them yet, we have started to see some rising fish in the mornings.  In other words, they're coming....
  Terrestrials are the main course on the surface right now.  Fish are happily eating hoppers, crickets, ants, beetles etc especially near overhanging vegetation and fished right up against undercut banks.
  Subsurface fishing remains solid, with fish eating brush hogs, perdigons, midge larvae, and ice cream cones.