A dry/dropper of a Chubby/hopper and a worm/prince would be a great rig all day. When it slows down, try a streamer in some of those deep eddys. There maybe some great dry action in the early mornings before it heats up. Evenings have been decent for an evening hatch just before dark, especially with this cool down, Tricos would be a great option!
We are anticipating a big cool down this weekend and into next week, we are elated! The Clark should be fishing great on the cool, overcast/rainy days. Highs in the upper 70's all weekend and rain!
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