Crowley Lake Fishing Report

Crowley Lake - Mammoth Lakes, CA (Mono County)

Bree Skeslien fished alongside Josh and nailed this killer ‘bow.

by Tom Loe
10-6-2018
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Some low pressure, wind, and precipitation came through and slowed down the midge hatches some.  At this time of the season though, it is not a major factor in regards to the bite.  The perch fry have now reached 3″ in length and smaller and are still taking a beating from the trout.  If you are not getting grabs where you are anchored and others around you are, it’s time to move. 

Assassins/Parallel Assassins and Punk Perch/Parallel Punk Perch, both dark and light in sizes #14-16 have been getting some nice grade fish. Midges like our Broken Back Dark Zebras #18, Broken Back Dark Tiger Midge #18, Crystal Tiger Midge Long #18, and Crystal Caddis Larva Olive Dubbed #18 – Black, have been hammering the fish when they are close to the bottom.  Best areas have been the north arm, Layton Springs, Alligator Point, McGee Bay and Crooked Creek.



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