Currently the Pit River is fishing well. Heat can really affect the Pit River so you will really need to pay attention to the type of water you are fishing.
Get out of the slower water and look for water with a higher oxygen content and moves faster.
Water that is breaking over rocks and forming plunge pools is a good bet, for fish that are hanging on the bottom.
You may want to use a little more weight than normal. This will get the fly down faster to those fish that are nosed right up tight in the pockets.
There has been a little caddis action on top in the evenings.
Top Flies: Birds nest, Black AP, small rubber legs, micro may fly, caddis larva, light tan caddis dry, red and black copper johns, and Gordon prince have all been working well.