Mostly sunny, with a high near 57. Northwest wind 5 to 10 mph.
Creeks are clear to slightly stained.  The rains a couple of days ago did nothing to our water levels or clarity.  Yesterday was a good day of fishing!
Today will be a touch more difficult with the sun shining on the water.   Look for fish to be most active morning and evening when the sun is off the water.  Unless we see a caddis hatch, fish close to the banks with small terrestrials and fish the deeper runs and pools with heavy bead heads.  Do not neglect the riffles as fish are starting to move into shallower water to eat emergers!
  Water temperatures are right around 50 degrees.  
We're still seeing olive hatches (mostly on cloudy days) as well as craneflies and caddis.
Subsurface fishing has been best on brush hogs, pink belly pheasant tails, and Spanish bullets.