Hot Creek Fish Report for 6-16-2018
Excellent Mayfly, Midge, and Caddis Hatches Happening Daily.
Hot Creek - Mammoth Lakes, CA (Mono County)
by Tom Loe
This area has been a fun place to fish when you want to change gears from the stillwater fishing. Excellent mayfly, midge, and caddis hatches happening daily. The fish on Hot Creek are known for their willingness to take a dry fly and a dry/dropper rig fished along the edges, seams, and in the riffles and pools can make for a fun day. Once the runoff settles and the water becomes clear, sight fishing to holding fish can become an everyday thing, especially during the summer months.
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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Saturday, June 16th
Bridgeport Reservoir: Conditions on the Reservoir Have Been Perfect!
Owens River - Middle: Flows Coming Down Here But Crowley Lake is Still Rising!
Owens River - Section 3 - Upper (above Crowley): Good Afternoon Dry Fly Action!
San Joaquin River - Middle Fork (Mammoth Lakes): The Road to Red’s Meadow is Now Open.
Walker River - East Fork (CA): Lots of Big Fish Spread out Through the River.
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Friday, June 15th
Caples Lake: Boaters have been Using Flashers and Worm.
Woods Lake: Woods Lake Report
Red Lake: The fishing has been Very Slow.
Blue Lake Lower: The Road is Open to Upper and Lower Blue lakes!
Indian Creek Reservoir: The Lake Level is Still Up!
Carson River - East Fork (CA): The River is Running Good but Very Fishable!
Grant Lake: Lake has been Rising all Spring Due to Run-off!
Rush Creek: Flows Should Taper Off Soon!
Gull Lake: Fishing Should Pick Up With the Weather Change!
June Lake: Powerbait as Always is Working!
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