Crowley Lake Fish Report for 6-24-2018
It has been Big Fish Bonanza Here on Most Days!
Crowley Lake - Mammoth Lakes, CA (Mono County)
by Tom Loe
It has been big fish bonanza here on most days as the trout have moved onto the flats and the river and creek channels. The damselfly nymph hatch has really gotten going now, and you can observe large trout crashing on these little critters throughout the day. The algae has gotten thicker in some areas, and depending on the direction of the wind, you may get a good showing of it where you are fishing. The flies are staying clean currently in these conditions, but watch out for the jellyfish like blobs that gets pushed from the shallows. Good patterns have been our #16 Level Crystal Leech,#16 Parallel Assassin Light and Dark, #16 Parallel Punk Perch, #18 Crystal Tiger Midge, and Zebra Midge.
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Sierra Drifters Reportsfor Sunday, June 24th
Eastern Sierra Fishing Report: Fish' N Conditions
Bridgeport Reservoir: Pretty Much the Best You can get here on Most Days!
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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Saturday, June 16th
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