Mostly sunny, with a high near 76. Calm wind becoming northwest around 5 mph in the afternoon.
Creeks are all clear except one or two that have a slight stain to them!
Water temperatures are in the mid to high 50s.  We have seen caddis, craneflies, olive spinners, midges, sulphurs, and yellow sallies on the surface the past couple of days.  In other words, we are in a bug soup situation!
  Creeks are mostly clear to a medium stain at worst on one or two larger bodies of water. 
Fish are feeding in the slicks and flat pools in the mornings until the sun shines on the water.  They then push into the runs below riffles waiting for hatches and feeding heavily subsurface.  In the evenings, they spread out again looking for mayflies.  If the sulfurs continue hatching, look for trout to feed on them the last few hours of the evening.
  Subsurface fishing has been best on pink and purple belly pheasant tails, as well as purple zebra midges and scuds.