Partly sunny, with a high near 84. North wind 3 to 5 mph.
Creeks are clear to stained. The recent rains the past couple of days have water temperatures a touch cooler than normal for this time of year.
Look for fish to rise early to midges and small mayfly spinners. Once the sun hits the water the rising activity will stop. After a couple hours of nymphing terrestrial fishing will start to pick up (wait for the dew on the ground to dry). Fishing a hopper or indicator pattern with a dropper will catch fish all day long. Some deep nymphing will also be effective below the riffles and under cut banks during the day. In the evening fish will start rising again to midges, caddis, craneflies and a few mayflies. The hatches are sparse so don't expect magic. If there are not a ton of rising fish, continue fishing your foam pattern with a dropper.