McGee Creek Fish Report for 5-6-2018
McGee Creek Report
McGee Creek - Mammoth Lakes, CA (Mono County)
by Tom Loe
Recent scouting trips show scattered catchable rainbows in the riffles, with a few straggler cutty’s on the gravel. No concentrations, or “pods” here yet. This can change in a day, and we see the run begin in force by mid-May most seasons. Run-off is light, with good water clarity.
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