Hot Creek Fish Report for 9-7-2018
Dry Fly Fishing Along the Open Stretches has been Productive
Hot Creek - Mammoth Lakes, CA (Mono County)
by Tom Loe
Flows at 8 cfs now with weed growth prevalent. Target the open lanes between them for the best success. Different day to day here as more weeds hit the surface and begin to choke up the open water. Dry fly fishing along the open stretches has been productive. Still fun with hoppers fished on a 9′ leader. #18 mayflies, #18-22 midges, #20 Brassies, and egg and SD worm patterns have been getting some serious looks and takes from the resident trout.
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