Hot Creek Fish Report for 6-1-2018
Fish After Fish on Some Sections of the Creek.
Hot Creek - Mammoth Lakes, CA (Mono County)
by Tom Loe
Some large fish holding in the deepest pools and under the cut banks along the creek. Water conditions are becoming more seasonal as the run-off on Mammoth Creek adds to flows here. It can be fish after fish on some sections of the creek. The diploids that were planted last winter are in full feeding mode. Numbers are good here during warmer periods; with fish holding in the deeper slots and pools. Best bite occurs during early afternoon when the BWO’s are emerging. Large midge hatches coming off during a high barometer. Dry dropper rigs with a #16-18 Para Hi-Vis BWO and a #22 Gillie dropper 12″-18″ below is a consistent rig currently. When you observe those noses sipping the adults in the suds, remove the dropper, and dope up those high wings so they ride high on the surface. Longer leaders, & light tippet in the 5-6x class is best. During off hatch periods try attractor patterns fished with/without an Under-cator. You can get into some of the larger fish using this method during the spring months
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