Patchy fog before 8am. Otherwise, partly sunny, with a high near 86. Calm wind becoming south 5 to 8 mph in the afternoon.
Despite the heat, the fishing has been good. Just make sure to use your thermometer as some of the larger creeks are hitting the 65 degree mark. Once water temps get there, fishing shuts off. The fish are not boiling in the water, the just hunker down near the springs and relax.
Otherwise, fish early and late and find some shade!
Creeks are clear to slightly stained due to the spotty rains we have had the past few days.
Hatches are sparse. Midges and parachutes in purple and adams get rising fish to eat right now, as well as craneflies.
Most of your trout are being caught on terrestrials. Fishing a larger foam indicator pattern or even a hopper with a bead head below is deadly this time of year.
Rolling heavy nymphs along the bottom on a tight line is another great way to catch fish that are deeper in the pools.
Don't neglect ants! They are excellent in the summertime, both dry and fished as a dropper below foam.