Ontario stream anglers are taking advantage of the heavy rains yesterday which increases flows and turbidity in many of the southern-Ontario tributary streams. While conditions were wet & cooler, migratory rainbows were active all day long. By 2pm, the weather cleared-up and shortly afterwards the sun came out. As the waters subside and clear, anglers will need to be on their spots by day-break. As soon as the sun rises, most rainbows holding in clear-water will be difficult to catch.