Showers and possibly a thunderstorm. High near 52. East wind around 10 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%.
Last night most of the rain passed south of us by quite a bit. Viroqua barely registered any overnight rain. So far, looking at the radar, the storms are south of us again. While we are getting some drizzle here and there things are in excellent shape so far.
Look for olives hatching in the latter part of the day. Fish are becoming selective to these bugs when they start rising. When not rising, fish are happily eating terrestrials on the surface. Just make sure they are not too large.
Subsurface fishing has been excellent on scuds and pink squirrels as well as tungsten pheasant tails and other heavy euro style nymphs as long as they are slimmer bodied.
Leeches and streamers have also been hot during this cool down and cloudy weather. It is a good time of season to get some larger fish to eat a larger meal!