Sunny, with a high near 71. Calm wind becoming southwest around 6 mph in the afternoon.
  The pleasant late summer weather continues over the next couple of days.
The flooding and high water are behind us now and creeks are clear to stained.  Things have changed quite a bit on some waters, and we are far from perfect, but things are more than fishable and fish are pretty happy right now.  The Timber Coulee is the most beat up by far, with the West Fork close behind.  Creeks to the east of us and south of us are in pretty good shape and fishing well.
  Everything is higher than normal for this time of year, and the springs are kicking out a ton of water making water temperatures excellent.  Fish are feeding on midges and olives when the sun is off the water (hatches are sparse, but there) and large attractors and terrestrials on the surface through the day.
  Subsurface fishing has been best on scuds, pink squirrels, leeches, and heavy bead heads rolled along the bottom of deeper pools.