Mostly cloudy, with a high near 81. Southeast wind 5 to 9 mph becoming west in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation is 20%.
Quite a bit of rain again last night has creeks stained to muddy this morning. The relentless rain has really narrowed down the number of fishable creeks. They are out there, but the number is shrinking as we get more rains. Today looks like a break from the rains thankfully with a small chance of scattered showers through the day.
Again, these rains, although temporarily annoying, are a good thing heading into summer as they keep the springs pumping cold water into the creeks, and will keep things cooler than average.
Fish are feeding well on ugly bugs. Leeches, San Juan and Squirmy Wormies as well as large scuds and black streamers.
As things drop and clear, the hippie stomper hatch is in full swing!