This could be the go-to lake in the next few lakes

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This could be the go-to lake in the next few lakes. The early spring is the time to find the fish working the edges of the flats looking for emerging mayflies. It may be a little early for Callibaetis, but don't forget to take several sizes of Adams from #12 - 16 just in case. Balanced Leeches and Wooly Buggers in brown, black and olive will get you a lot of action, there are a ton of dragons and damsels here. Stripped slowly, or under an indicator, this will be you go to method to hook up. If you have a motor, head up and fish the dam outflow, it can be spectacular.

Hot Flies: 
Dry Flies:
Hackle Stackers - BWO #18, Parachute Adams - #14-18, Mayfly Cripples

Nymphs/Wet Flies:
Ultra Scuds - #16, Chromies - #18-20, Mercer's CB Micro May - Black #18, Flashback Pheasant Tail - #16-18, Beaded Zebra Midges - #18-20, Mercer's Gidgets

Streamers & Leeches:
JGF Translucent Wiggle Tail, Woolly Bugger - Any, Beadhead Crystal Buggers - #8, Zack's Swimming Leech - #8, Zack's Damseleech - Orange/Olive


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