There’s Been a Great Window for Throwing Dry Flies
Hot Creek - Mammoth Lakes, CA (Mono County)
by Doug Rodricks
Flows now at 9 cfs, but we can expect to see a jump in flows here if the weather decides to warm up after the storms roll through. There’s been a great window for throwing dry flies (BWO’s) during the afternoons as the trout are really keying in on them. Otter eggs have been accounting for some bigger fish in the deeper runs. There is no drive in access now since the new snow has cut it off, so walking in will get you access to both the canyon and interpretive area. #18 BWO’s, #18-22 Parachute midges, and Otter eggs and SD Crawlers have been getting some serious looks and takes from the resident trout.
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Sierra Drifters Reportsfor Tuesday, February 5th
Owens River - Middle: Producing Some Decent Wild Browns.
Owens River - Section 3 - Upper (above Crowley): Very Solid Up Here
Walker River - East Fork (CA): It’s a Solid Winter Bite Here Lately
Pyramid Lake: More Fish Closer the Beach
Sierra Drifters Reportsfor Friday, January 25th
Owens River - Section 3 - Upper (above Crowley): Rainbows Have Made Their Way up River
Owens River - Middle: Some Nice Wild Browns Have Been Making a Showing
Hot Creek: Flows Now at 7 cfs.
Walker River - East Fork (CA): Not a Lot of Angling Pressure Here
Pyramid Lake: Lots of Fish Moving in Tighter to the Beach.