Mostly sunny, with a high near 59. West wind 7 to 14 mph.
  Rains yesterday dropped right about an inch.  Enough to start to muddy things up yesterday afternoon.  They stopped in the early evening leaving our creeks today clear to stained.  Overall, things could not be better (outside of the Timber Coulee), tempeartures are incredible right now and fishing is pleasant.  Fish and trees are putting on their fall colors.
  There is slight surface activity lately with some fall olives hatching when the sun is off the water.  However, even without hatches, fish are looking up to terrestrials and flashy attractor bugs.
  Subsurface fishing has been excellent on scuds, pink squirrels, and perdigons.  When the sun is high in the sky, scaling down your size and thickness of your bug is not a bad idea.  Fish are happy if they are rolling along the bottom!
  At night, streamers and leeches are starting to pick up some big fish as they move into the creeks to prepare for the pre spawn.