UPDATE: We did find that the West Fork is muddy this morning. Other creeks are in good shape.
Mostly cloudy, with a high near 58. Northeast wind around 9 mph. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible.
Most of the week is calling for cloud cover and showers! This weather has been excellent for fishing.
Creeks are running clear to slightly stained with water temps in the low 50s. The rains last night were brief and didn't do any major damage to the creeks. Things are in really good shape again today.
We're seeing olives hatch in the cloudy weather, and caddis when the sun peeks out. Craneflies are hatching all day regardless of weather. There are pods of rising fish, usually in the mornings and evenings, but if the clouds stay overhead we have had some risers all day long on a handful of creeks.
Subsurface fishing is solid on pretty much anything from pink squirrels to spanish bullets to purple zebra midges.
Add in leeches and streamers for larger fish and you have the perfect conditions for fishing the Driftless right now!