The Drought Might Soon Be Over!

Today will be an interesting day.  Right now, it is 65 degrees.  Supposed to hit close to 70 by noon then down to the low 50s by the time I leave the shop today.  Chances for rain most of the day and especially by early afternoon.  Tomorrow we are looking at the high in the upper 30s.  Chance for more rain on Thursday but temperatures will be in the upper 60s.  Friday will be a little cooler….upper 50s, but rain.  Good news by Sunday when it will be in the lower 60s and mainly sunny.

Generation schedule this weekend did pretty much what they projected for a change.  The 35 mwh actually happened.  They did not turn it off as they had done all last week but ran water all day both days.  We’ll see what they do today.

Gary on the water Saturday with Monica and Tom from Texas.  These two attended our two-day Orvis school last October and wanted to get back with it.   They fished the low one unit (35 mwh) and had a very good half day on the ruby 2 and black copperhead midges.  Now they are really hooked on fly fishing!

Ray, from Oklahoma, spent the afternoon on the water with Stan Sunday.  Other than 30 mph wind gusts, and the water changing up and down, it was a really good day on the ruby 2 and lightning bug.  They did pull a few on the holographic green crackleback.  Fun day.

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