June Lake Loop Fish Report for 6-5-2009
June Lake Loop Fish Report- Update by Nate Wray on 06/01/09
June Lake Loop - June Lake, CA (Mono County)
by The Trout Fitter Staff
The water is warming up a bit and the fishing is good with an abundance of stocked fish.
Fishing Conditions and Hatches:
Streamer fishing has been steady with both stocked fish and holdovers. If you are stripping, it is a good idea to use a type 4 or 5 sinking line. Most fish are deep. There is not much of a hatch currently. Mainly midges in the morning, but the callibeatis should not be far along. Try trailing a hares ear or medium size mayfly nymph about a foot behind a streamer. If I had to fish one lake, I would fish streamers to the native browns in Grant. The small bays on the south side of the lake can produce this time of year.
#10 - #12 Black or Olive Wolleybugger , #10 Doc's Twin Lake Special , #10 Flashabugger , #14 Hares Ear , #16-#20 Zebra Midges, #16 Callibeatis Emerger, #16 Callibeatis Nymph
Guides Hint: With the consistent midday clouds, try fishing darker streamers. Trout see darker colors better in low light conditions.
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