Some Big Fish Are Being Caught

Crowley Lake - Mammoth Lakes, CA (Mono County)

Check out this pig landed by Chris Nelson and guided by Doug Dolan!
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Sierra Drifters

by Doug Rodricks
(760) 935-4250

It has been kind of up and down fishing here with the mix in the weather. Some days we are seeing some pretty good wind come down the lake and others are warm and glassy. There is no real concentrated body of fish currently as they seem to be moving around from day to day. Different holding depths are being selected by the fish depending on the weather. Some big fish are being caught in the usual areas but we are weeding through the recent plants of some smaller browns and rainbows. #16 Copper Tiger Midge, #16 Zebra Midge, #16 Broken Back Gillie have been good flies. The first generation of damselflies and callibaetis are now making an appearance. It won’t be too long before the fish make their move into McGee Bay along the weeds in the shallows to start feeding on them.

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