Hot Creek Fish Report for 8-25-2009
Hot Creek Fish Report- Update by Scott Flint 8-25-09
Hot Creek - Mammoth Lakes, CA (Mono County)
by The Trout Fitter Staff
Water Conditions: Good
Very clear with lots of weeds. Water temps are high 50s to mid 60s by noon. Flows are at 13 cfs plus the spring water.
Fishing conditions and Hatches: Good
Very good to fair throughout the day turning to very good again depending on wind. Tricos are still pretty abundant with small midges early morning. Caddis still lingering throughout midday, at times pretty thick! Baetis of all colors mid morning on.Also all terrestrials are game on from the heat of the day on. Caddis and terrestrials for the evening session.
Trico emergers and spinners (OLIVE OR BLACK) #22-#18S Midge patterns(black,cream,red)#24-#16s. Foam beetles,ants and hoppers##18-#14s.Caddis larvae and emergers(olive,tan,black)#22-#16.Elk hair caddis,E.C. caddis and stimulators (olive,tan,black,gray) Yellow for the stimulators#22-#16s.
Guides Hint: Carry a pack of sharpies to add a little color variation to your flies.
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The Trout Fitter Reportsfor Tuesday, August 25th, 2009
San Joaquin River: San Joaquin River Fish Report- Updated by Nate Wray 8-25-09
Crowley Lake: Crowley Lake Fish Report- Update by Kent Rianda 8-25-09
Owens River: Upper Owens River Fish Report- Update by Mark Spieler 8-25-09
June Lake Loop: June Lake Loop Fish Report- Update by Kent Rianda 8-16-09
Owens River: Owens River Fish Report- Updated by Eric Hein No change since 8-16-09
Owens River: Lower Owens River Fish Report- Update by Eric hein 8-25-09
Lee Vining Creek: Lee Vinning Creek Fish Report- Update by Tom Jones 8-25-09
Rush Creek: Rush Creek Fish Report- Update by Tom Jones 8-25-09
Walker River - East Fork (CA): East Walker River Fish Report- Update by Josh Hevron 8-25-09
Bridgeport Reservoir: Bridgeport Reservoir Fish Report- Update by Josh Hevron 8-16-09
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