Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Quiet Fly Fisher Fishing southern utah Report

We have Been fishing sz 10 olive buggers with a pheasant tail dropper just out side the weed line for Rainbows fishing has been best in the area surrounding twincreeks. 

 The Suckers are schooling up along the dam and at the inlets to spawn and they are being shadowed by some larger Tiger Muskies, we have been throwing a number of sz 2 and sz 4 bright streamers for the best action, fishing can be fair to slow so be patient.

 the upper is flowing high with releases from Johnson valley reservoir, the river is slightly off color as a result, olive wooly buggers fished in the eddies and pools have been working best.
the lower Fremont has a amazing Caddis hatch, there are also some yellow sallies coming off. evenings have been best, watch for rising trout and target them for the best results.

Mill meadow has been fishing well at the inlets for browns and rainbows, we have been using caddis nymphs fished deep for the best results, forsyth has been treated and fishing opportunity will be limited till next year.

excellent reports have been coming in from Fishcreek and Beaver Dam, target the inlet and fish Nymphs deep and slow.  the Boulder Top should be Open this week. the weather has been warm enough to trigger the callibaetis to hatch and the fish have been actively feeding on them.

 Neffs and Round Lake have been fishing excellent, fishing has also been really good at Morrel Pond. almost any nymph has been producing fish, the damsel flies are starting to emerge in good numbers now and the fish have been really eager to take a adult damsel dry fly as well.

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