Sunny, with a high near 79. Light south wind increasing to 5 to 10 mph in the morning.
  Warmer today, but sunny and dry again.  Things are back on track for most of the Driftless.
The Timber Coulee was majorly beat up, and the West Fork is still draining the reservoir where the dam burst.  Other than that, the area creeks are in good shape running cold (water temps in the high 50s to 60) and clear to slightly stained.  One silver lining from the high waters is that many banksides had their vegetation washed away, or knocked down making getting around and casting easier!
  We are seeing hatches of tiny olives and midges when the sun is off the water.  On the surface, fishing with an attractor foam pattern (hippie stomper, user friendly, training wheel etc) is doing quite well, especially when a bead head is tied below it.
  The most effective fishing right now is with very heavily weighted nymphs rolled along the bottom.  Since much of the gravel was washed clean, look for any dark spot and cast your heavy nymphs there and chances are you will find fish!