Temperatures rebound after a very unlike May cool and rainy weekend. The streams and rivers are high with over inch of rainfall. Cloudy waters with swirling sediment will make the early part of this weeks fishing challenging. Later in the week forecast will make favorable conditions and should bring back calming conditions with water tempts back in 50’s.
Fishing report for the week of 6 May 2019, Caddis around 10am, Water temps are 49-54 degrees. Water clarity is coming back to our streams. With this week’s rain events things will slow down a bit but should pick up again by the weekend. Lot of standing water locally. Fish are looking up where there are caddis. General size 14 will work but grey black in a size 16-18 are the choice food source right now. Streamers are catching fish still and large scruffy nymphs will take fish also.
Streams and Rivers are high but has not effected fishing. The recent rain the area has received has helped move the fish more but has not added to sediment movement or clarity of water. Conditions are currently very good and should continue to improve with temperatures in the coming week slightly rising.