Perch Fry Patterns Stripped Slowly Back are a Good Call Now.
Walker River - East Fork (CA) - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)
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by Tom Loe
Flows fluctuating and now at 181 cfs. We had a good run of some nice sized rainbows and browns this last week. Flows were down to very wadable and crossable levels. Seek out the deep runs and pools. Perch fry patterns stripped slowly back are a good call now. Crawdad patterns work great this time of year, along with #18 Copper Tiger Midges, #14-16 Parallel Perch, #14-16 Level Leeches, and Assassins dark and light both Parallel and normal. #18 flashback hare’s ears, #18wd 40’s, and SJ worms also working well.
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