Conditions are going to be pretty tough after today and they weren't all that great beforehand.
Unless there's a catastrophic flood, the trout will just hunker down and "shelter in place" out of the current. So expect them to be in all the right places when conditions improve.
When it's no longer dangerous to do so, you can try to fish the seems between the fast and slow water, but until the water levels drop don't expect to see the classic dry fly hatches that we have this time of year
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I'm reminded of another rain event from this same corresponding week, but years ago
I was staying at a campground at a local river when we had a day of 5+ inches of rain.
My campsite was on a "corner" with the river on both it's north and east side. When the river rose, it decided to make a 'shortcut" through my campsite.
I don't know if it was some kind of mating season migration or what, but the parade of hellgrammites (dobsonfly larva) through the campsite that night was alarming.
Almost like something out of a horror movie.
We had too sit up on top of the picnic table to keep our feet away.
I'm not sure why that happened in that particular situation, but it's something that I think about when we have rain like this, this time of year.