Crowley Lake Fish Report for 6-1-2018
Still One of the Best Locations to Fish Currently.
Crowley Lake - Mammoth Lakes, CA (Mono County)
by Tom Loe
Still one of the best locations to fish currently. Good numbers of smaller browns and rainbows in Hilton Bays, Beaver Cove, and Whiskey Bay. Green Banks, Big Weed, and Sandy Point giving up some quality fish. Best off of the mud bottom in 7-21′. Fish feeding on the surface on midges and callibaetis nymphs throughout the day. Perch have been mixed in heavy at times. Windy afternoons have not affected the bite, as the fish have been feeding through 25 mph gusts. Some areas will shut down during these conditions so make some moves to stay on the fish. #16-18 Parallel Assassins Light and Dark, #16 Copper Tigers, #18 Zebras, and #20 Gillies have been hot bugs.
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