Fly fishing at Crowley's McGee Bay has slowed, however the North arm has picked up

Crowley Lake - Mammoth Lakes, CA (Mono County)


by Crowley Lake Fish Camp
9-29-2013
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The fly fishing in McGee Bay has pretty much ended. However, the fishing up in the north arm has been pretty good. The only problem has been our weather. We had high winds and cold temps most of this past week. The forecast is for much better weather in the next week. On the days we were able to get out, 6-bays and Leighton Springs have produced several fish over 18 inches each day. At 6-bays we have been fishing in about 13 or 14 feet of water. Punk perch, Shafts, and Albinos have been best. Over at Leighton we have been fishing in 8 to 10 feet of water. The same flies have been working here as well. There is a bit of algae floating around. If one of these spots gets too green, move to the other.


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