Crowley Lake Fly Fishing Report August 9, 2013

Crowley Lake - Mammoth Lakes, CA (Mono County)


by Crowley Lake Fish Camp
8-10-2013
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McGee Bay is still going strong most days. There are lots of small Rainbows and Browns that are usually eager to bite. We have also been getting a fair number of mid size cutts in the 14 to 17 inch range. Each day when the big fish decide to come into the shallow water we have been gettin 1 or 2 nice Ranbows in the 19 to 20 inch range, the problem is that they don't seem to stay around too long in the warm water.

Hang a Punk Perch or bead head Birds Nest as your top fly, the Albino Baron or the Copper Tiger have been getting lots of grabs as the bottom fly about 6 inches from the bottom. If McGee Bay is not working for you, there are also fish up in the North Arm. Look for 10 to 11 feet of water just off of Green Banks Bay. There are not as many fish up here as there are in McGee, but the avgerage size seems to be a bit bigger.


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