Leech Patterns, Soft Hackles and Zug Bugs.

Twin Lakes (Mammoth Basin) - Mammoth Lakes, CA (Mono County)

Photo Credit: ©Chad Woods (August 11, 2017)
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by Jim Reid

The Twins are still holding steady with lots of nice fish making a showing, some of the larger ones have been up to around 5 pounds.   Bait anglers are using pinched crawlers, inflated crawlers and mice tails.  Fly anglers are still doing well with leech patterns, soft hackles and zug bugs.  The trolling has been a little tough but there has been some fish being caught on crawlers, thomas bouyants and needlefish.

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