The great dry fly fishing is holding strong out there as we approach June. Traffic has dropped off considerably as of late also. Midges and blue winged olives are still present in great numbers, especially on the upper 3.
Nymphing has been steady as always. The root beer midge, black quill and pink ray charles have been top producers as of late.
We also want to thank the guys from the Pasadena Casting Club and Sierra Pacific Fly Fishers for their support yet again. Look forward to seeing everyone next year!
We have been getting quite a few calls at the shop about flows, and whether they are going to raise them in the near future. As of right now there is no plans to increase flows or “flush” the river. The in flows to the lake and the current lake level at this time doesn’t justify it.
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