While the water was up to the same level in June, which was nice to see, the water was noticeably warmer than in previous trips to the Rocks. After scanning the area for a bit and seeing little bug action and not seeing any trout, I went down to some faster moving pocket water with an Adams tied on my 5-weight.
After much fruitless casting, I continued to shuffle my way up stream. At times when hatches are usually coming off on Muncy Creek, bug activity continued to be down. It was an overcast, cool evening, so I'm guessing there just wasn't enough sun to get a good hatch going.
Whether or not there were any trout here, too, could have been the other problem. With such a hard, hot summer, many of the trout may have moved for deeper water with more cover, or migrated to the Susquehanna River.
Finally, I decided to target a couple of little pockets hoping to entice a little native brook trout. What I did get to bit was this little creek chub, which, when that's the only thing you catch, it doesn't seem so bad.