Water Conditions: Fair-Good
Algae seems to be thinning
Fishing Conditions and Hatches: Fair-Good
Perch fry are starting to show!!! Not quite big enough to be noticed, but soon. We're switching back to a summer pattern of warm days and midday winds. Between that and the stream flows dropping the fish should start migrating towards the stream channels soon. You can still find them in 25' to 35' but they're now showing in 10' to 22' and they aren't glued to the bottom so make sure you fish several depths. McGee Bay, Layton Springs, Alligator Point, Big Hilton Bay and the west side of Pelican Point are still good bets. Green Banks is showing promise, I haven't heard anything new. The perch have moved to the outside of the weeds. There are fish in Crooked Creek but haven't heard anything positive. Fly wise black and less flashy are starting to work. Lots of Damsels And small Calibaetis emerging 10-1.
Dries: Horny Damsel #10
Nymphs: Shaft Emerger #14-16 | Albino Baron #14-16 | G/B Opti Tiger #16-18 | Optimidge Olive/Dun #16-18 | Double Bead Zebra slvr/blk small | Dainty Damsel #12 | Dreaded Damsel # 12 | Poxyback Calibaetis #16-18 | Bubbas Calibaetis #14-16
Streamers: Crystal Bugger Black #8 | Marabou Leech Burgundy or Brown #12