Mostly sunny, with a high near 82. South wind 3 to 8 mph.
  Outside of the Timber Coulee and West Fork, the area creeks are in good shape!  Expect clear to stained water with excellent water temperatures for this time of year.  Fish are most active eating on the surface early and late (watch for micro olives) as well as continuing to eat hippie stompers and beetles.  For the wild card, have a few flush riding caddis patterns and twitch them along the surface.
  Subsurface fishing is best with either a midge larvae dropper behind your larger attractor fly or terrestrial, or heavily weighted nymphs rolled along the bottom wherever there is a dark spot in the creek.  
  Bankside vegetation is knocked down, or in some cases washed away, so walking and casting is easier than normal!