Cloudy, then gradually becoming mostly sunny, with a high near 81. Breezy, with a south wind 10 to 17 mph, with gusts as high as 29 mph.
  A consistent week of weather means stable fishing.  Great water temperatures this summer mean happy trout.  Things are great this summer in the Driftless!
Creeks are clear to stained with only a couple still showing some stain (bigger creeks are still heavily stained).  Early in the day and later at night (when the sun is off the water) you will see some rising fish.  These fish are eating stacker midges and purple haze.  As the sun comes out and dries things up, terrestrials start moving around and become the preferred meal for trout on the surface.  Ants, beetles, even small hoppers are effective right now.
  Fishing a large foam patterns (hippie stomper, training wheel) with a bead head tied below it is the way to be fishing.  Not only will the fish eat the subsurface fly, but they are crushing the indicator bug too.
  In the deeper water, leeches and streamers are turning some significant fish.