Mostly cloudy, with a high near 59. Breezy, with a west wind 15 to 22 mph, with gusts as high as 34 mph.
Lots of wind today!
  It rained an inch or two overall last night so expect creeks to be stained to milky this morning.  It will be a good leech and san juan worm morning!  There are a handful of clear creeks out there, and that list will grow later in the day and through the weekend.
  Fishing has been solid as water temperatures are really good for this time of year.  Cool weather and an abundance of water means the springs are working overtime keeping the trout cool!
  Look for olives to hatch, especially later in the day and when the sun is off the water.
Terrestrials are important and will become even more so as things dry out.
  Subsurface fishing is best on heavy bead heads rolled along the bottom or dropped below a larger indicator fly.
The weekend weather could not be better for fall fishing!!