The Little Truckee River is still doing well for nymphing and anglers should try using san juan worms, pale morning duns, midges, and small caddises. There have been reports of some mid-day hatches on the Little Truckee so anglers could try some dry flies in the afternoon. In the evening, anglers should try using pale morning duns, midges, and caddises. If any inclement weather hits Truckee again, anglers could also see a hatch of blue winged olives appear.
FLOWS: 138 CFS
Nymphs: PMDs, Small Caddis, San Juan Worm, B.W.O’s, Midges
Dry Flies: PMDs, Caddis, Midges
Gear: 9′-11′ 4-6wt rod with 7′-12′ 4x-5x leader