Rock Creek & Rock Lake had a little pressure last weekend, you'll have to look to find the fish now

Rock Creek - Section 1 - Toms Place, CA (Mono County)


by The Trout Fitter Staff
7-28-2013
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Water Conditions: The water is clear at the flows are at 31cfs as of 7/24.

Fishing Conditions and Hatches: Because of the busy weekend the creek and the lake has been hit pretty hard. Not saying you get in some fish but might have to look a little harder to find the fish.

Recommended Flies:

DRIES:
parachute adams, extended body bwo, hatch matcher, stimulator, rubber leg stimulators, chernobyl, light cahill, sierra brite dot, elk hair caddis, yellow sally, mini hot garcia's

NYMPHS: wd40, variety of midges, black beauty miracle nymph, mighty may sloan, copper johns, prince nymphs, micro mays, micro stones, tungsten psycho, s&m nymphs

STREAMERS: Goat Leech, Crystal Bugger, matuka, marabou leech, doc twin specials, bh carey bugger, hornbergs, belly ache minnow, double bunny, jawbreakers

Guides Hint: fyi-Mosquito flat/Little lakes Valley fishing great!! good area for day fishing hikes.


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June Lake: Fishing is a great right now on June Lake
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Arrowhead Lake (Mammoth Lakes): Get out early to fish Arrowhead Lake in the Mammoth area
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