Friday, May 25, 2012

Fly Fishing Report for May 25th

   Pressure has been up this weekend with people escaping for the holiday weekend, the Rainbow Trout are still stacked up at the TwinCreeks area, and fishing with flies has been good, we have been using Czech nymphs and small Pheasant tail nymphs and picking up a few better fish, the wind has been really bad the last few days and today is no exception it has made the fishing tough.

Fremont River.
   The upper fremont has releases from Johnson Valley Reservoir now and so the stream is bank full and
slightly off color we have been using olive woolly buggers and for dries we have been using Black basin crickets,
the lower fremont below highway 12 continues to fish well, try stimulators and hoppers.

Johnson valley res.
  fishing should pick up as the weather warms, the wind has been so bad the last week that there has been no fishing pressure.

Thousand Lakes Mtn.
 The fishing remains good at deep creek with some nice brook trout being caught on leech patterns,
there has been a few damsel flies noticed at round lake and meeks, has they continue to hatch the fishing gose from good to incredible, we have done best using a sz 12 zug bug.

Boulder Mtn...
 Access is possible to almost all lakes off of the rim.
there has been heavy pressure at the blind lake fishcreek and beaver dam areas, fishing has been fair to good using crystal flash buggers and trailing a pheasant tail nymph behind.


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